Tuesday, September 8, 2020

How to Attract Good Company Only

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I’ve noticed that I would be at a restaurant ordering my food or eating out and someone nearby would notice me while asking the same question all the time, “Are you vegetarian?” It’s an accidental conversation starter and before I know it, we are talking about having healthy lifestyles.

Since day one, I noticed I’ve always attracted the right friends around me and I never understood people who talk about not liking their friends. At the end of the day, you have the choice to dissociate yourself from bad company… right?

Well, I understand why some people only attract negative associates and other people attract positive associates around them. The answer is very simple: Your friends are only a mirror of you. All you need to do is live the life you desire and be the person you want to be in order to attract the friends you truly want.

Although everyone on Earth is unique from one another, your group of friends can only match your vibration. Looking at the lifestyle you are living right now and the character you have, ask yourself this question, “Would I like to be friends with someone like myself?”

Below, I shared a segment from the book called, The Game of Life & How To Play It by Florence Scovel Shinn because it resonated with me and I had to share it with you all. Enjoy and let me know in the comments below what you love about yourself. Remember, when you love yourself, you will attract those who will accept you for you.

Love always,

Princess Hiyah Akanqi

The Game of Life & How To Play It:

One of my students was in the habit of lying. I told her that it was a failer method and if she lies, she will be lied to.

She replied, “I don't care. I can’t possibly get along without lying.”

One day, she was speaking on the phone to a man whom she was very much in love. She turned to me and said, "I don't trust him. I know he is lying to me."

I replied, "Well, you lie, so someone will have to lie to you and you will be sure that it will be just the person that you want the truth from."

Sometime after that I saw her and she said, "I’m cured of lying."

I questioned, "What cured you?"

She replied, "I’ve been living with a woman who lied worst then I did."

One is often cured by his faults by seeing them in others. Life is a mirror and we find only ourselves reflected in our associates.

Florence Scovel Shinn (Photo via Wikipedia)


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