Making the time is taking the time to preserve what is important to you. It doesn’t matter what it is, as long as it is what sets you a part from your daily routine, gives you comfort, or expresses your inner you. It may be something that gives you a source of pleasure or allows you to feel good about yourself. It’s not crucial what you do, only that you do it, especially when the demands of the day take its toll.

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When you have an obsession to please others, the ability to make a rational decision on your behalf is next to impossible. You would rather sacrifice everything around you to accommodate and please, even if it doesn’t add up. Even if it was best to walk away and cut the ties that could lead to social destructiveness in your heart. Sometimes it is more important to be honest with yourself than not to be. Obsession to please others is not a good thing. Obsession sometimes breeds disappointment when you can’t please.

~ not everything is useable in life

Expecting life to treat you well because you are a good person is like expecting an angry bull not to charge because you are a vegetarian. ~ Shari R. Barr