What About Desire?

I want moreBy definition, desire is a strong feeling of wanting to have something or wishing for something to happen. Does everyone have this though? If you are parenting children, is there any person  out here that has the ability to make your way of parenting your child different if you don’t align with it? Can it be possible that we compare desire to  different situations that happens in a person’s life? If you take a drug, can I convince you not to want it if you don’t have the desire to do so on your own?

Something that I learned is that there is a HUGE difference between our situations and our desires. Sadly to say, throughout a majority of our lives we get confused and make people want things that they have no interest in. We put our expectations on others and this is what brings complication to life.  This is about the same as pushing a sleeping hippo up a hill manually. We have a tendency to push our belief on other people when they don’t have one especially if it doesn’t kill you while attempting. We attempt to be a savior and this is just not possible. This is personally something that I struggled with especially depending on the level of the situation and the relationships that we tend to have.

You probably heard this before but you can lead a horse to the water but you can’t make him drink.  Sometimes we fall in love with a person’s potential. Depending on who they are, it’s very easy to get wrapped up like a mummy in this. I have done this far too many times to count. When you really take a moment to think about this, that’s probably the easiest way to high blood pressure, anxiety and so much more. Anyone and everyone has things that is being dealt with on a daily basis but do we all have the desire to change our situation so that it benefits us? I know this is hard to believe but some gain a sense of comfort in their misery. Nobody cares about how many times you fell if you pick yourself up and choose to walk again.

A person that has a desire that invests time and energy into one without it is a dangerous thing. If possible this should be limited to a bare minimum. If you are not aware when this approaches you it may suck the life out of you.  A person without desire can alter your hope and possibly pull you down. The best way to uplift and inspire  person without hope is to personally be the example for them to see. Whenever you are attempting to help a  person its best to be an exact practice of what you teach. I am a mommy and  I like to use this as an example because I feel strongly about a way a child spiritually, mentally and in some cases physically  grows up. Some do not believe this but what a child builds up as their truth in the beginning stages of their life is the way that they will view the rest of their life. When someone asks for advice about what  do with kids, me leading by example with my actions will help them way better then me telling them a bunch of things they should or could do. Do you understand what I mean with this? Be the thing you want to see in others. A truth that I learned in life is that people have the tendency to mirror what they admire. Its amazing that we have the ability to be the change we want to see in people. Everything starts will even a small spark of desire.

 

 

With love,

Candace Kinlaw

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