The Inevitable

The Inevitable

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Welcome back to my blog! I’ve been mega busy with cheerleading shows so this is just going to be a quick entry today. It’s about what’s meant to happen. Let me explain.

Your destiny, right? Whether you believe in it or not is a personal thing. But sometimes I find things happening and I think that maybe this was meant to happen. Right here right now. This is what is meant to be happening. And whether I liked it or not it was happening and I had to accept the inevitable.

Some people may be wondering what I am talking about and where all of this has come from. Well, truthfully I have just been thinking recently that everything happens for a reason and everyone has their own way of believing in this or some may not believe it at all. The point is to follow what you believe in and stick at it and never give up. The funny thing about destiny and the inevitable is that it’s unpredictable so you just have to make the most of it. 

With all that’s going on in our world right now, for me believing in things are very important. Never give up on what’s you want but accept that if something isn’t working - maybe it isn’t meant to be done like that and find a new way of doing said thing whatever it may be.

Because at the end of the day, what may seem bad and confusing now, may become crystal clear in the future and you’ll freak out for a second with a moment of realization.

But, I guess, we’ll never know.

Thanks for reading,
Holly Alyssa :)

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