Granting Impossibles In A Humorous Way.
Two months back, my boyfriend left me. I can not exactly fault him for being so cruel because I know very well I attracted this breakup. I was deeply unsure if he was the right one for me during our relationship. When he made the brutal decision to finally leave me, I was devastated to a breaking point. I could not bring myself to tell my peers about this painful breakup so I endured everything alone. My social circle shrunk to the point that I almost have no one to talk to because I had chosen to leave the clique of friends that me and my ex used to hang out with.
After a month of loneliness and heartache, I decided to pick up The Magic. Only halfway through it, I knew I had to change my thinking and beliefs.
Boys do not usually come to me because everyone knows that I have been in a stable 3 year long relationship. But I told myself, someone will bring me to the movies this week. A cute guy will gift me flowers this week. Some part of me felt like this was not going to happen because I am not actively expanding my social circle and my life is mundane and repetitive. So how could these things pop up out of nowhere? But still, a big part of me held my faith.
Just a couple of days later, my co worker, a guy, told me that he had 2 free tickets to the movies and asked me if I wanted them. I was not exactly close with this co worker therefore I was taken back when he offered me the tickets. Wow. Just wow. How did this happen? Even though he did not technically ‘bring me to the movies’ he did give me a pair of complimentary tickets. I can not be more grateful for this because the impossible happened, albeit delivered in a humorous way.
Next, I still need someone to deliver flowers to me. But who would? I do not have many friends to begin with let alone fulfilling the gracious act of presenting me with beautiful blooms. But it happened. My boss seated beside me had this new fancy looking container on his desk. I casually asked him what it was. “This is a potted plant; lavenders. Do you want them? Here, I will give it to you.”.
There we go, I received flowers! Though they are not yet beautifully sprouted yet and I have to plant them from scratch, it happened. The Universe it amazing.
Thank you Rhonda, thank you so much!