The hang-ups

What’s done is done. The matter what you’ve done you can’t go back and change. Don’t let it affect your future. If you made a mistake, and you apologized or made any effort to make up for that mistake, you’ve done your part. If someone’s done you wrong and they make no attempts to make it right, let it go. Let them go. There is no use wasting anymore of your time on stress that lowers your quality of life.
It’s hard to realize what these things mean in your life, but if you care to build your wellth, you need to understand to make them a smaller priority.
No matter how you stand on the issue of religion or any other group, you have to respect those that only care for good or peace. And I was watching a Sunday ministry while doing some work. Actually, somebody had it on in the background and walked away, but I left it on. Anyways, what he had to say was true and should be refreshing for those who listen. He talked about “peace stealers.” He talked about the interruption of peace and life by those who look to put negative energy on you. 
If you believe you’re a good person, and that you’re not a “peace stealer,” you could be wrong. You could be stealing your own peace if you continue to think about what could be different.
For the last few months I’ve had this friend, mentor, who hasn’t been speaking to me. I don’t know what I did wrong, but it’s obvious I wronged her in some way. I’ve been racking my brain trying to figure out what I did when I came to the conclusion that I just need to do what I need to do. She had already done so much for me that I was already going to give her and her husband a gift. I was finally able to deliver that gift today, at least the receipt of it, and I was done with the process. If I had done so wrong if she could avoid or ignore me, I didn’t mean to keep bothering her, and I didn’t need to keep thinking about it. 
I reached out, with no response. I now, I have given her a gift in appreciation for all she has done. Not that one gift would repay everything I feel she deserves, but it’s something she never asked for. I am not looking for a thank you or an explanation, only to not feel burdened with the thought of the trail of some kind. 
We cannot fix everything, especially what we don’t know. There is no reason to hold onto things the damage us on a daily basis just so that we can have closure on something we didn’t know we opened.
If you feel like you are holding on to something waiting for an answer, go out and make one last effort to close that door. After that, let it go. If it’s meant to come around again, Enclosure needs to happen from the other side, it will happen at another time. Maybe even a time you were more prepared. Don’t let it damage each day you have.
Where you may not think it’s a big deal, things like this can affect your eating, physical fitness, home life, etc. 
In case you haven’t noticed, when walking the path barefoot, it is the smallest pebble that creates the most pain, just like a splinter that stops you from working with large pieces of wood.
Holistic living is understanding that all pieces of your life affect the other. You cannot have problems with your relationship and think that your exercise and food will not be effected. You also cannot lose sleep and think that it will not affect your job or personal relationships.
Prioritize your wellth. Focus on yourself and your life will follow, as long as your goal is good.

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