Rejection Is A redirection
Being alone in the house makes my thoughts gallop and this day is one of those days.
People don’t want to talk about things that are happening in reality, they would rather give examples of what we watch from series or movies. Some will feel embarrassed or ashamed but trust me, some things work out better or feel better when let out.
Rejection! Rejection! Rejection! Ha-ha yeah, I want to talk about it because not everyone or should I say 99.5% of people don’t talk about it in fear of how the society will judge them.
Allow me try my best to give you that courage to talk about it because no matter how perfect you are, the society will somehow find some imperfection within you.
Rejection according to me sounds more of positive energy for one to pull up their socks and not an opportunity to give up as many tend to do. It’s a room for much needed improvement. Some will wonder how this makes sense while in the mass reality, being rejected means you are not up to the level yet.
Let me use an example from a relationship situation where rejection is mostly felt and many choose to lock up their pain and anguish in a dark corner under lock and key without having an opportunity to seek for psychological reprieve nor share the same with close associates due to fear of being ridiculed or looked down upon.
Imagine a lady rejecting a man or a man rejecting a lady only because they don’t ascertain that they are up to the level they may have wanted let’s say in terms of physical statue or even skin complexion not forget financial status which is mostly looked at by the female counterparts.
Later telling that person you can’t be in a relationship with them because of various attributes you may desire. Contrary to societal believes this should be an opportunity one is given on working hard to improve their personalities and come out even better not only to attract other people but also for ones personal growth and character.
One or two people or more can end up being rejected more than two times, which stirs up my envy for them not necessarily for the pain and heartbreaks but because of how they are learning through and also growing in character and mentally. Thumbs up to those people out there.
I am not advising or saying you should settle for just anyone who crosses your path but be inarguable with what you are rejecting. Don’t sentence yourself to a regretting prison for life in the view of the fact that the person you are deselecting will improve and will not be in your level anymore.
Before reprobating a person apply the 80-20 rule. No one is perfect and some of the things that make us reject people are things that can be changed and I believe people do change. Let’s change the fact that everybody wants change but nobody wants to change themselves.Follow me on