I'm Not for Everyone...
A few months ago, I was metaphorically attacked last night by a group of young women who took extreme offense to a post I'd make about the word "deserve" and what it means to me.
I tried to explain myself, which only seemed to incite their anger further.
I quickly realized that they were far too invested in their name-calling, toxic negativity, and excuses to hear anything I had to say.
So, I finally had to excuse myself from the fray.
I'm a little embarrassed to admit how much my feelings were hurt.
All of my posts are meant to simply share, sometimes help, and hopefully serve.
It was really hurtful to me to realize these young women took my words so opposite of how I intended them.
But then, as I am wont to do, I flipped the script.
I thought of the lessons those young girls reminded me of.
They remind me of humility.
They remind me that not everyone is ready to be the best version of themselves yet.
Perhaps most importantly, they remind me that I'm not here to serve everyone.
My messages of self-awareness, taking responsibility, trusting your own intuition, and infinite possibilities are not ones that many people are ready to hear.
Particularly in these days, when the world looks so bleak.
But I do believe passionately in all of those things, as I have seen the results they've brought to my own life.
Most of all, I'm incredibly grateful to the tribe of people who I am here to serve.
Thank you for being here with me. You are all my inspiration.
Sending you all so much love.