Time.

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Why do we always blame time? Bad relationship? Blame it on the timing. Caught up in a negative situation? You were in the wrong place at the wrong time. This excuse seems to be used more often than not. But, why?

I have been guilty of doing this myself. I have endlessly blamed myself for when things didn’t go my way. I have thought, “well, I didn’t deserve it” or “it wasn’t meant to be,” etc. It has taken years, but I have started to figure it out. If there is one thing I have learned, it’s that when something doesn’t happen the way you want it to at one specific time in your life, it is because better things are ahead that you can’t see yet.

Timing should not be considered disgraceful. Instead, it should be reflective. When something doesn’t go our way, we should not be obsessed with the negativity – this should be a reason for us to work harder, to push though, to find the better, right, things ahead, to not give up.

“Bad timing” prepares you for the one. The love you need. The education you want. The job you deserve. Time allows you to heal. Time allows you to remove any doubts. Time does not hate you. Time is on your side.

So, next time something doesn’t go your way, don’t blame timing in a negative light. Blame it positively. Don’t blame yourself. Instead, get yourself ready for the greater things to come. Thank a higher power for giving you more time to heal, more time to grow. Everything is a blessing, sometimes you just have to wait a little longer to get it. xoxo.

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