When you change, your environment changes
Updated: Mar 18
I went to get guidance from a Faith Leader about which direction to take my career in. During the conversation I mentioned how I had received a genuine apology from a friend of mine. When we fell out they apologised soon after but I didn’t pay any mind to their apology because I could tell they didn’t mean it. However in their message, although text, I could tell instantly they were sincere.
I said to The Faith Leader that I was shocked to get sincerity and why did it take them so long to be sincere. Her response was that for me to receive that apology meant that I had changed something in me. That’s when the penny dropped in my head. I had held on to my anger that I was right and they were wrong and how dare they take so long to see how right I was, that I forgot about my human revolution. It took as long as it did for them to say sorry because that’s how long it took for me to change my heart.
Thinking back to the moment they got in touch, I had spent weeks earlier chanting for their happiness which was difficult to do until I got to a stage were I felt truly happy to be chanting for them. Our friendship is now better than before and I know it will continue to do so as long as I keep the focus on my own human revolution.