I Is What I Is… #6: People Come, People Go.

I’ve decided to start a new series of blog posts titled I Is What I Is…. Thank you for that title, Paula Deen. I was going to name the series What I’ve Learned but that seemed so boring and more than a little uppity. These short posts will come whenever something strikes me— no set schedule here. I Is What I Is… will be my attempt to explain, in stories and observations, how I continue to develop my attitude, worldview and the way  in which I choose to live. Here is I Is What I Is… #6: People Come, People Go.


People come.
People go.
People come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime.
But if someone has made no impact— positive or negative— on your life in any six-month time period, they need no more of your energy.
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One comment on “I Is What I Is… #6: People Come, People Go.

  1. I have come to think of relationships as having an organic aspect. People find that they don’t really have much to say do with each other and drift apart. It’s okay.

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