As I go through this new journey of acceptance, I realize that my focus needs to be checked. Dealing with layers of acceptance comes with replaying events or situations, so that we can undo, unlearn and relearn and this can make one very vulnerable.
It is so easy to go back to the past, it is comfortable, even a past that has rejected you, can look good because it is familiar and therein lies the trap of the enemy.
Moving forward means excatly that, moving. If there is nothing to focus on as we move, the temptation of accepting an ex even when you know it is not the best, and even when you know that the seperation was indeed for the benefit of good, people tend to go back.
They go back because there is nothing to really work on or work in, everything is familiar and so there is no stretching, there is no breaking of new ground, there is no new seed, there is nothing but familiarity, and that breeds contempt.
So the book of Proverbs has been something that I have been reading and has some real good nuggets!
If you have never read this book take time and read it, and lets get some wisdom as we maneuver this journey called life.