A good explanation:
Never explain anything.
You are not required to explain yourself to keep others warm and cozy!
Life is filled with Explaining, Complaining, and Misunderstandings.
I liken that to the ‘Samsara of Life.’ It sure feels like an endless wheel sometimes. In literal terms, the Sanskrit word samsara means “flowing on” or “passing through.”
Everything is flowing and passing through; in the blink of an eye, it is history–gone.
We aren’t just creating worlds; we’re also manifesting ourselves. We are all a cognitive process of this unexplainable physical and mental phenomenon that needs no explaining to exist. We are, therefore, we exist.
The most significant distance between two people is a misunderstanding.
Because we have separated ourselves before incarnation. No explanation is necessary, because we will never find the answer; because…we are the answer.
Knowing when to ‘move on’ and not stay to explain yourself away takes great courage and a strong sense of nothing but your truth.
But to roll around in a sea of words is nothing but a pissing match.
Where is the love in all of that?
What are we going to do with all those biased explanations?
So many questions and only YOU know the answers.
What we are seeking answers for, is already within us just waiting to be discovered.
Believe in yourself. Embrace self-compassion and love yourself to see that all misunderstandings are birth out of fear, guilt, confusion, shame, anxiety, and misconceptions. These emotions are your greatest gift, your superpower, and your secret edge. Learn how to make it work for you, not against you. Use those moments as an opportunity to expand yourself.
Remember those who want to understand will; those who don’t might battle it out. And that is good too!
The more you embody your genuine persona, the more incompatible people will pull away from you, leaving you with the pleasure of their company, depending on how you choose to look at it.
That’s okay, because at the same time, the more you adapt to the truth of who you are (No explanation necessary; the more like-minded people you’ll draw towards you. Not that unlike-minded people are a terrible gig, it just might require some reason.
Explaining yourself is essentially an attempt to seek another’s approval. The only support needed is that you believe in yourself.
You are the truth, and that stands on its own. No explanation is necessary.
“Never explain — your friends do not need it, and your enemies will not believe you anyway.” –Elbert Hubbard
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