This weekend has been an emotional roller coaster for me.
I realized that I needed to say goodbye to someone and it was hard.
To my dearest goodbye, I do care deeply for you and you mean enough for me to let you go.
It was hard … It still is.
I wish you all the best in this journey. I cannot wait to hear good tidings in the future. I wish you good fortune and I wish you God’s grace.
For myself, as hard as it is, I pray that I will stand strong and stay true to what I know to be the right decision. I must stay true to myself, to what I am convicted of and to what I hear my Father saying about this matter.
Don’t get me wrong: it would have been very easy to walk into the open door and remain comfortable in the space beyond. I have pictured numerous times over the past 72hours how my life could be if only I walked through that door. But the two things that were the deciding factor remain the deciding factor even today.
Ecclesiastes 7:8 [New King James Version (NKJV)]
8 The end of a thing is better than its beginning; The patient in spirit is better than the proud in spirit.
So this matter has come to an end and I pray that through the transition I will remain patient in spirit.
Today I speak to all my beautiful petals all over the globe … If you need to, say goodbye. Finish a matter. [Hopefully] Leave the other person with fond memories, with dignity and with all the love that you speak through your words and give through your actions. But non-the-less, as hard as the right thing might be, close one door so that another one can open.
XOXO: From A-Girl-About-Town