I walked away..

Yes..I walked away. No…I wasn’t a coward. I walked away when I became strong.. realizing they aren’t worth my time and energy. I fought the battles, I also won them. I put together all my strength for the good and the truth but there I lost, for the evil doesn’t value either. So today, I walk away from all the negatives in my life, from all the negative people around and from every negative force in life that pulls me down.

I am not a coward, it is my decision to preserve my peace and happiness…

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45 thoughts on “I walked away..

  1. This is a nice post, Chitkala. Like your first line says – I think we sometimes fear walking away because we fear we are doing it because we are weak. But sometimes, it actually requires more strength to walk away – or to give up on something.

    Joey blue

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  2. Reblogged this on Welcome, New Friends and commented:

    I am at the point in my life that I’m working at ridding toxicity, chaos & disorder (or at least lessening it–that is with my ill husband & a story for another time). Bringing in as much peace, harmony & balance as possible. Surrounding myself with people who are uplifting, enriching & supportive.

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  3. Good post, about ‘walking away’. Yes, and for myself, I have walked away so many times, over and over. Sometimes in society, someone does not permit you to walk away and stay away. I hope, that if you , or anyone else is in that postion, of walking way, over and over, you have hope. And keep on walking away, no matter how many times you have to do that. One of the things that has freed me, my mind and spirit, and everything else, was a book called Free Us From Bullying by Paul T. Coughlin. I share this information because it is so helpful to those that need to keep walking away until full ‘no contact’ is finally achieved. I like what you wrote there about walking away, and I love that you put that it is because you are strong. That is so true. Sometimes the right path is not always the easiest path but it is always worth taking. To all those ‘walking away’ from bullies, keep on, keeping on. Keep on walking, away. . Merry Christmas and peace to all.

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