If you put the water into the wine jug, it will be still water what you pour out of it, not wine. This thought got stucked in my head while I was wondering, when will women understand that they must work on themselves. I don’t mean the hair or the toned legs, they do it already. I meant to create their inner peace! Then less women would ask the question: why nobody loves me? (Have you seen my previous article? Check it HERE)
I’m a firm believer that w eget back what we give not only to others but to our own selves. You are shaping your own character and your environment react to that character you become. Sometimes this reaction is a painful cheating while other times it is a never ending romance. Of course it is easier to blame the other person but honestly, you had your part in how your story turned out. You gave them your user manual that described you as water, sticking to the above metaphor. They treated you as water but in your head you wanted to be treated as wine, just what you pretend of yourself to be. But you could not fool your own self as you behaved as water and your environment reacted accordingly. And this is where the misunderstandings and problems start to occur.
Before asking the disappointed question from the others: why can’t they love you how you imagined, or why they use you, ask yourself the question. Do I love myself unconditionally, just the way I expect others to love me? Do I respect myself just the way I expect others to respect me? If the answer is no, it is time to start working on your inner self. To reporgram your negative thoughts and behaviours, you will need time so be patient. Be consistent and practise every single day. Once you know who you are, you will see how precious water is and you won’t pretend to be wine in a wine jug.
Are you ready to be water, my Beauty?