When we stop expecting drama, does that mean we have actually grown up?
Does expecting abundance and peace around us instead of life’s curveballs void of personal growth potential but dramatic to the core mean we have finally figured out what it’s all about?
Does expecting the best instead of expecting the road to get bumpy mean we are ready to live at peace with ourselves, our minds and other individuals, and feel love for life while knowing that our dreams belong to us?
Does a desire to happily coexist with others mean that we are ready to love ourselves and everyone else?
Because to me, positivity is maturity. Inner peace is maturity. Maturity is emotional stability which is both happy and attractive. When you’re at peace with yourself, don’t you just see the light and realize how much you have to offer, focusing on what you have instead of what you are lacking?
All these questions have a lot to do with your inner peace, your natural happiness and your appeal to other people, including those you have set your sights on.
I feel that being positive but calm about my desires, firm in my knowing, eager to create beauty and excited about my days makes me an amazing person.
You are attractive when you’re stronger than your negative thoughts. You feel attractive, making you attractive to others. You feel comfortable with yourself which makes you attractive to others.
Life’s too short not to love ourselves.
Life is too short not to love those we do instead of being perpetually annoyed with them. If only there was a goal to all the drama but there isn’t which means that those who attract drama probably actually like it. It’s comfortable. It’s familiar.
You have to know what would make you feel like an amazing person and just be it. Just decide to be it and start. If you feel like an amazing person, others will feel the same about you.
In the past, I had a different idea of what made me an amazing person. Much of it was the same with a dramatic aspect involved – that’s how I know that maturity actually equals peace.
Expecting the best is maturity, especially from the people we love including those we fall in love with. Putting aside the expectation of drama from another person also makes you attractive to them – those who seek and expect drama approach others with drama which is unattractive by default.
Maturity does not mean boredom; maturity means appeal, emotional stability, self-confidence – the sexiest trait of all – and the ability to have fun without attracting drama.