Many of us find ourselves fighting against the waves of life, the waves of what we thought would be our futures, the expectations we had, the plans we held so tightly against that our now waves tossing us around. Fighting these waves of expectation cause us to tire quickly, the struggle against the plans we had hoped for only leaves us tired, as we are tossed about going no where. One of the hardest lessons in life that I have learned is to flow with the currant that I am in. To stay afloat with grace because we will move forward either in the currant, or fighting the waves.
Sometimes this currant will wash us away from people who threaten our inner peace. Often I find that most people in my life were only meant to be there for a short time, for winter laughter, for summer nights, and some only for dreams. The tides turn, and they are gone on their own currant. With every goodbye you learn, and you learn, and you learn.
Find places in life that don't walk away, and give back exactly what you put in.