2023 Author: Katelyn Chandter | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 13:08
When we are unlucky in relationships, at work, in business and life in general, they often say "my time has not come yet." Sometimes friends or loved ones say this to comfort you in difficult times. But in this outlook on life lies the reason for future love and life defeats. Isn't your time yet?
How often are we told that our time has come yet? How often do you say this to yourself when everything goes to hell? It's time to reconsider your view of defeat in order to start winning.
Many years ago we were walking in a company, where I got into a conversation with a friend heart to heart. In those days, I was in sadness, because I parted with my first love. I told my friend about my ex, the breakup and my broken heart. An acquaintance was also lonely then. She consoled and told that everything comes in due time, when you are ready for it. There will be a good relationship and everything else. You just need to wait for this. The acquaintance was much older than me and looked very wise. I believed and accepted her point of view. It's just that my time has not come yet and I have to wait.
For the next 10 years, I had different relationships, but nothing serious. But I was not discouraged, because I knew for sure that "the time has not come yet." I did not take the relationship seriously and believed that a certain "X" hour should come when everything would change. But nothing changed.
Many years later, I again met my old acquaintance. She was still alone. After this fleeting meeting, it struck me like lightning. I felt sad and scared. Isn't my time yet? She was still lonely many years later, but then what is her love advice worth? This is how the poor man will teach you how to make a million dollars. It's like listening to the advice of losers on how to go to the bottom.
Your time has not come yet. I often heard this phrase when I did not have money, a good job and prospects. I was often comforted by this by others, like myself. But all this is nonsense. The phrase "the time has not come yet" only made me a fatalist, meekly awaiting fate. She made me a failure. I've just been waiting my whole life.
Isn't my time yet? No. There is only here and now.
1. If you want love and relationships, then go and be in a really active search.
2. If you want a good job, then go and get knowledge and experience to get a job in the place of your dreams.
3. If you want to change your life, then go and change it right now.
There will be no "X" hour and there will be no miracles. Isn't my time yet? Your time has come when you wanted it. Go and achieve your dream …