Stop competing with folk and live your truth. Too many of us are missing the mark of the Higher Calling in Christ because we’re too worried about somebody else’s business.
Be a man or a woman of your own business. Trying to compete with other people is too much work! Use that time to find out who you are, and pursue that!
Some of the people you’re in competition with are actually in a league of their own. They don’t know you, they’re not thinking about you, and they’re not trying to outdo you, they’re just living their best life. If someone else’s happiness irks you, guess what? That means you really hate yourself and where you are in life, and if that’s the case, you won’t be happy until you learn to love yourself, and have the audacity to change where you are in life. If it’s something you can’t change, then put it in God’s hands, and watch Him work what you may call a struggle, into your strength!
Watch Him turn what you may think is a liability, into an asset. Watch Him turn what you think is ugly into something beautiful and amazing! God is the ultimate transformer! Optimus Prime, who?
Listen my good people, I love you and don’t want you to live a life of despair!
Stop competing with folk and live your best life, not as a result of how someone else is living, because that’s not living your best life. That’s living a lie. That’s living an exhausting covetous life!
Find your truth and walk in it. If you want to be like someone, strive to be more like Christ.
Be who God created you to be! You can be inspired by others, but don’t be a copy! You are an original. There’s no other you in the world. Even if you have a twin, you’re still unique in your own way.
If you want to outdo someone, outdo the person you were yesterday! Be better for you! Trying to outdo your ex, while they’re with their next, means there’s some unresolved feelings there.
Let them move on in peace. The block button is there for a reason! Focus on becoming you! Work on your passion, and it will lead you to your purpose. Then you won’t have time to worry about who’s doing what, because you’ll be doing you. 😉