The Truth Is…

God bless these 20 somethings

Sza said it best…

 
The Truth Is…
I’ll be Twenty-Great in two weeks (*clears throat* two weeks and a day if we’re counting)… and this is the first time since I’ve been in my twenties that I don’t care that I’m not where others are in this Twenty-something journey.
 
The Truth Is…
We’ve been brainwashed to believe that by our mid-twenties we should be married, maybe with kids, buying houses and working the job of our dreams…
And that happens for some people and that’s cool… for them…
That doesn’t mean the rest of us are behind.
We all enter different stages at different times and that’s ok.
 
The Truth is…
It used to bother me… when I entered my mid-twenties … when I hadn’t yet learned to be thankful for the “now”… I used to be like “dannnnngggg… I want that” or “ I can’t wait till I get there.” 

But what I’ve learned is that, the time I spent wishing I had what would come in the future, I was missing the lessons I needed to learn. I was missing out on the time God was using to prepare me.

The Truth Is…

I’m very close to attaining some of the things I’ve wanted for a while…  
Looking at my late-twenties with a fresh pair of eyes. (Goodness… I’m about to be knocking on thirty sheesh…*Takes Glassess off and re-evaluates life *)

There are some things that I want that I don’t know where I am on the scale of starting and achieving them but that’s ok too.

The way God is moving… in his time… is teaching me that patience is still a virtue…

I’m thankful that God didn’t allow me to have the things I wanted so badly…. In seasons when I thought I was ready but I wasn’t… more or less I didn’t deserve them.
 

The Truth Is..
Your twenties can be hard… and by hard I mean as hard as you make them…
The moment you learn to enjoy life… be thankful for what you have and where you are… more importantly thankful for the things you don’t have… or the things that are yet to come into fruition…
It’s all about your perspective….
Good luck on your twenty-Somethings…
It gets sweeter 😘

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