Welcome to your weekly invitation to meditate on the inspiriting work of a brave sister living and giving from her place of Divine gifting. Each week Well-Heeled Mommy features the work or words of a woman who has answered Destiny’s invitation to live courageously by living authentically.
This week’s featured piece is ‘Til I’m Done by Paloma Faith.
With verve and moxie, Paloma melodiously reminds us, that…
“Letting go means to come to the realization that some people are a part of your history, but not a part of your destiny.” -Steve Maraboli
Like Paloma, you’re a fighter. You’ve made it through life’s challenges. Today, you’re a solid gold survivor.
But, that doesn’t mean that it’s now your place to be another’s hero.
Have you noticed Life’s provisions often accompanied by process – a trying process of refinement and outfitting?
Some people aren’t willing to endure this requisite process in order to achieve their dreams. Instead, they give up or give in to the demands of Life and passively wait to see what Life hands them.
They cower in the face of affliction and look to you to be strong for them.
Like Paloma, you’re not built to carry you both. You need time to rest your weary bones. It’s no unkindness to make them find their own road.
Sometimes you’ve just got to honor yourself, declaring you’ve got nothing left to give and they’re not the one you wanna be with.
They were a part of your past, but they’re not a part of your destiny.
Honor yourself! Honor the process to your provision! The detiny of another doesn’t depend on you. Likewise, your destiny doesn’t depend on another.
Is it time for you to rest your weary bones? What can you do today to honor the process to your provision? Is there someone in your present that belongs in your past?
Well-Heeled Mommy exists to see women set free to be their truest selves, to live out their destiny. We believe that every woman possesses a unique gift and calling intended to enrich the world. Similar to our fingerprints, the intended impact of each and every woman is unlike any other. When a woman encounters the freedom to live profitably, while also living authentically, the entire world benefits.