Nothing is Permanent

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You might hear this saying quite frequently from people around you. Nothing is permanent…

Your job, your sickness, your living situation, some people might get mad about this one but even “your relationship.” Life itself as you know it, is not permanent. It’s a fact of life, and you should think about it everyday. But, one day you will eventually die. You don’t know when but it will happen.

I remind myself of this saying each day I wake up. The nothing is permanent “phrase” helps me live in the present, appreciate what I have around me and live a life of optimism when thinking about my future endeavors. This phrase makes me be optimistic especially about relationships. Any relationship I enter with a woman I always tell myself, that this may work out and last or it may not. Either way I am going to appreciate every moment I have with this other human being, and be present in whatever I do. I repeat myself a lot in my posts but I like to remind my readers. I’ve mentioned this many times but each relationship we enter into is meant to help us grow as individuals. We grow as both personally and professionally but ultimately become a better version of ourselves when we are in any relationship with someone else. I am fairly young still only twenty four, but I’ve realized a few things about relationships and dating in general thus far in my life. Certain women and people came into my life to teach me great lessons at the appropriate time. And, I’ve also realized that I am sure I taught the other people I encountered lessons about themselves. We each helped each other grow into the best version of ourselves. But for some reason, it didn’t work out and that’s okay. We grew from the experience, and became better individuals and future partners.

As I stated throughout most of this post, nothing is permanent. Appreciate each day, live in the present, and be the best person you can be!

20 comments on “Nothing is Permanent”

  1. Yes that’s true of everyone who comes into your life. They come for a reason and to teach and guide us and vice versa. 🙂 Sometimes being present each moment is difficult but it’s excellent advice. Thank you!

    1. Absolutely! Thanks for reading, appreciate it. Think about the people that came into your life and taught you lessons!

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