You began this incarnation in a time space someone else left behind.
Your grandma’s woes, your mother’s pain, your father’s disappointments, great grandpa’s joy; the energy of all of it wrapped up in the aura called ‘you’, with the addition of your personal uniqueness.
You can stay in this space, in what was left behind, or you can take it and turn you into who you want to be. All spaces exist to pass through or to remain in.
What will you make of it in the time space you are in? Will you allow this space to swallow you perpetually, or will you use it as fuel?
Will you leave the seed in the package or on the shelf to stay forever locked in pain or will you plant it in life’s circumstances, embrace the rain of your tears and allow your hope’s sun to evolve you to new places. Imagine who you could be.
Can you guarantee you would have been satisfied with life, the way you were, if it had not happened? If that other time space never existed.
In life there are few guarantees, and those guarantees you must hold on to fiercely, no matter what others around you say. Eventually you will loosen even those guarantees as you continue to change.
It hurt, in fact it was brutal. How could he, she, anyone, God, allow it. Pain left you there, seemingly to rot. Hurt is not fair.
Fair is not a guarantee of happiness, however Faith is. Faith is the fuel to get you to better spaces.
It had already happened before you were born, yes the time space existed, yet you were perfect then.
Now you hate who you think you have become because of it, but you are always vascilllating between spaces and headed toward who you were before you were born. To perfection. The perfect yous live now and they are many.
One of those few life guarantees is you do not have to be stuck in any time space. You are everywhere.
The real question is, in this existence of simultaneous time spaces, will you allow yourself to be the perfection of who you already are, and to remain in those many good spaces