To Love. Or not to love

by | May 1, 2022

Hello everyone, it’s that time of the year again, Valentine’s Day. Romance is in the air! That time where Cupid takes aim to link two hearts with his arrow or is that really true? Are we truly driven to love by some semi-divine archer, all diapers and wings who comes once a year to inflict the whole gambit of human emotion upon us, when there is only one we wish to experience: True love.Why put your faith in a hallmark moment when you have something greater to believe in. Yourself!

Why is it wrong for you to live the life you deserve? Why is your happiness found in the arms of another?Why is your personal fulfilment always…out there?  ‘…you must learn to first love yourself before you can look to another for love…’

I know this sounds like a cliché and that is because clichés work. They’ve been around so long they have worked themselves into the very language, our understanding of our own selves and the world. Clichés are universal. Those who understand this in their romantic, business and personal lives are the people who have found peace and happiness.

Make your life one of joy, love, hope and ultimately, peace by understanding that it is your own actions that achieve this, not anyone else’s. Living vicariously through other people will never get you where you wish to go. You will always feel that you are missing something in your life.

So here is your chance to decide, do you want to wait once a year for Valentine’s Day or do you want to make every day Valentine’s day? Make your life a new and beautiful adventure. This year, give yourself a gift, let it be my arrow that has you fall in love with yourself. So, set a time to let me help you love that precious heart of yours.

 

Maxx Angenetta Jones.

Lifecoachingtoday.com 

Happy Valentine’s Day to you all!

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