Everything In Life Is Connected

Have you ever thought of life being intertwined? Everything you do somehow comes back to you. Everything in life is connected in some form.

Maybe everything that I’m doing right now is relevant. Maybe my job is supposed to lead me into something bigger and greater. Maybe I’m supposed to learn and grow from this job. Maybe the knowledge I’m getting will help me in the long run.

BIG NEWS: My boyfriend had 2 over-the-phone interviews in with a company in Tennessee and now, they’ve asked him to come on down to scope out the place. It’s not a huge deal, but I could be re-locating to Tennessee. I’m trying not to think too hard about it because then it won’t happen. But, at the same time, this company has been pursuing him a great deal and I have no clue why they wouldn’t hire him.

I’m telling you this because last month, he & I went to Tennessee. I was very persistent on us going there just to check it out. I wanted him to see how beautiful & gorgeous it was. At the time, he asked if there was any other place I desired to go. We searched other spots, but I kept going back to the Tennessee idea. So, it was set.

He absolutely loved Tennessee. When we got back, his dad asked him, “So, what did you think?” My boyfriend turns to his father and says, “Find me a job.”

Weird!

So, isn’t it strange how things work? But, again, he may not even get it. We’ll cross that bridge when we come to it. In the meantime, we’re going to scope out some apartments down there– just in case.

So, the question I ask is: Do you think everything in life is somehow tied together?

Everything you do has a meaning behind it. There’s a lesson to be learned. You become stronger from out-of-your-comfort-zone experiences. Sometimes, you must take a huge risk in order to become happy. Maybe I won’t ever know if it’s truly the right thing. No one can predict the future. But, if you never take the leap then how will you ever know?

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(Us in Tennessee visiting Vanderbilt University)

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(And standing by the Christmas decorations)

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Kiera Jameson says:

    “I’m telling you this is because last month, him & I went to Tennessee.” You might want to correct the grammar to “…he & I went to Tennessee.” And lose the preceding comma. And the word “is”. You want to be a writer. Potential employers may be watching. Those sorts of slip-ups can make the difference between a yes and a no.

    1. Relationship columnist♥ says:

      Hey Kiera– Ouch! You’re right! I should really pay more attention to how I write! Thanks for the tips!

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