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Feeding that generational curse

Don’t contribute towards the generational curse that weighs you down by withholding who you are because of ingratitude from those who themselves are at war within themselves.

We all have our internal battles that cause us to show up badly at times.

When we lose sight of this, we focus on how others show up badly and then judge them, or we judge our value to them, as being inadequate.

That’s when we expect the world to make up for how we feel about ourselves, despite having traded the best of us for the worst of others.

But this transaction is an internal, quietly hidden one.

It’s a transaction that creeps up slowly, almost gently, so as not to cause alarm as we shift from gratitude, towards ingratitude, and finally towards bitterness.

When you feel like you’re facing roadblocks at every turn, it’s time to take stock of where you’re at, so that you can find your way back to the path towards the destination that you wanted for yourself before you were distracted by the demons of others.

You don’t break generational curses by fighting it.

You break it by rising above it, while creating space for your tribe to join you when they’ve had opportunity to experience the value of your journey.

But, if you don’t pursue your journey with conviction and consistency, you deny yourself and others the opportunity to discover a more wholesome way to live.

It always starts with you.

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Zaid Ismail

Author, life coach, and mental health activist. We need to change the narrative from disorders, illnesses, and survival to accountability, understanding, and thriving.

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