In A Word — “We Can’t!”

As I reflect the morning’s phrase I am disheartened that you or me can’t! This seems rather obvious, but when ability is present there are numerous possibilities. So, what can’t be done? Why can’t it? It’s imperative we understand that just because we have the ability to do something does not mean the fulfillment of that ability will come to fruition. But how is this possible?

This simple, and yet disturbing, truth is we face people with choices. This may seem redundant considering I posted about our choices and how we choose based off another’s choice, but in this instance it’s bothersome when it’s a personal cost. Each of us has a drive to help someone; even if that someone is ourselves. I noticed in trying to help others I presumed they would willingly take whatever was being offered. Foolishness on my part and, I’d gather, even yours. PLUG … admit this truth that you presumed too!

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We can’t help everybody! I know that is cliche but it’s more than that to me. Just as the presumption, there is a thought that things happen for a reason. Maybe therein lies a problem; a tendency to think there’s some underlining importance to coming in contact with those who cross our path for more than a moment.

When I met Folder (a name presumably no one has lol) I wasn’t for sure what would come of it. As time progressed I saw a need that I could fill. The ability presented itself so, I weighed the wisdom and took the opportunity. But, progression showed me that no matter what I tried it didn’t dent the problem. If anything it seemed like it worsened. I guess that’s where a little faith comes in. We may not see results in the moment but, perhaps, whatever was done will pan out in the end!

I don’t know, I’m torn on this one. I find myself wanting to help someone who, clearly, has rejected the precision of my words and has discombobulated them to mean something that doesn’t exist. I’ve been told to let it go, yet, obviously, haven’t. It’s not a constant thought, however, it has crossed my mind this morning.

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What’s your take? When is the time to let go a situation? I was done years ago but the “issue” continues to rear its head!

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