About 6ish years ago I was leaving my relationship, home, totaled my car and the studio I taught my clients was closing. A friend of mine wanted me to meet someone. And, honestly, I wasn’t feeling super excited to make a new friend. It wasn’t like I didn’t want to but you know when you’re going through stuff, it’s hard to make space or start something new.
Anyways, I met the friend of a friend and within a few more hangs she introduced me to a guy who I am now married to. And, the girl, who is amazing (I’m eternally grateful) and I are more like social media friends. Our relationship was more for a season (as far as we know…the future has yet to unfold).
My point is, sometimes you meet people for one tiny moment. A conversation that will teach you something you need to know, an intro to your future partner, or someone who can help you with your dream.
And, it’s ok to let those meetings be for a moment. Don’t make them longer than they are designed. Allow them to be what they are to be and that may even mean letting go of some people who have been in your life longer. Have you been keeping friendships longer than maybe they were meant to be kept?
This week, take inventory of those chance encounters that were stepping stones to where you want to be. It’s a pretty fun experiment. What’s one of the most random encounters you have that made a difference in your life?
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