Rather, we come “pre-packed,” with a head full of things we want and don’t want to happen.
And so naturally when we are hoping for a certain outcome or experience and it doesn’t happen, we feel disappointed/let down, i.e., we suffer.
Why pre-judge (be prejudice toward) something if you haven’t experienced it yet?
Besides setting yourself up for disappointment, oftentimes when we come with expectations, we give off a “needy” vibe that is usually a turn-off.
Not long ago, Egyptian Archaeologists discovered a huge 2,000-year-old sealed coffin, and as you’d imagine, they want to open it to see who or what is inside.
The sarcophagus was discovered in a tomb deep under the Egyptian city of Alexandria earlier this month (July 2018).
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It’s important to close on the note that, not all which has been discovered is presented to us.Well, sure enough not long after this I did meet a woman, and we are currently happily dating.But, like the guy said in the comment section, it didn’t happen until I learned to be genuinely happy in my own skin.Those last three words really hit me: “And not before.” I remember reading that and realizing that he was right. In other words, I could feel that I had belief running somewhere that said, “I can’t be happy unless I have a girlfriend.” And so, instead of focusing on trying to “get” someone, I made the decision to stop waiting to be happy and to just “do my thing” from a place of love and contentment.In other words, I discovered that the happiness and peace I had longed for was in someone else, but inside me all along.