Option vs. Priority

You can spend your life putting others first, but giving more of yourself to someone who treats you as an afterthought is wasted energy.

It’s not uncommon to look for our happiness through other people. But depending on others for your merriment increases the opportunity for disappointment.

You can’t make a person love you or cooperate in the manner you see fit, no matter how much of yourself you give.

However, you can become a priority in your own life.

It is imperative to put yourself first, not in the sense of selfishness, but in a way that affirms who you are. When you love, respect, and honor who you are, you’ll be able to see situations more clearly and remove yourself from people who diminish your value.

Remember, options are flexible and viewed as easy come, easy go. Priorities, on the other hand, often involve a sacrifice of some sort.

Never lose sight of who you are in your pursuit of happiness.


One thought on “Option vs. Priority

  1. It’s funny because. I am living this right not . My wife said to me she’s not happy because I bring the Ipad to bed. She’s not happy I quote this article to her she said I don’t get it

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