You can TRY to inspire someone

but at the end they smell what you’re doing.

They can only find inspiration in another person when they are ready. This one is a self-discovery. You can’t find it for them. Until then, it’s entirely possible that you are being downright annoying in trying to inspire. Or worst, you set the other person back (and probably yourself). So don’t fall for the co-dependent behavior.

Stay in your own self-discovery. Work on your own presence and joy. Serve others by accepting who and where they are without breaking down your own healthy boundaries and without accepting destructive, self-sabatoging behavior. Silence is the best mirror. Acceptance is the best catalyst for change. Live your life, find your own inspirations. Others will notice on their own terms. And they’ll get there faster than if you ever tried to do it for them.

Published by Savitree Kaur

I'm a meditation and mindset coach. I teach you to use morning meditation and daily habits to bring purpose and energy into your life.

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