Would your child self like your current self? 🤔
When I was a kid, I had a dream that really impacted me, because I thought it was a proper glimpse into my future (I had a major curiosity for the psychic realm and all things unseen, and I was a very imaginative child). The dream was short and simple: I was a fully grown woman, and working as a grocery clerk, wearing a beautiful red gown and with perfect, wavy brown hair. I was super calm and casual as I rang the items through, as if to say “I’m exactly where I’m meant to be, and I know it.” 💃🏻 #yassss .
As I grew up and understood that this wasn’t exactly a lofty career ambition, the memory of this dream became really amusing to me. As a kid, I thought, “oh yeah, adult Sarah is totally going to kill it!” because I didn’t understand the socioeconomic implications of various jobs. But knowing that I felt great as a grocery clerk in my ball gown and good hair seemed like winning at life to little Sarah, so I’m pretty sure she’d be pleased with where I’ve actually ended up. .
Things are never going to be perfect, but you have the option to be a kind and happy person, no matter your station in life. You are not your job, or your story, or your image ~ you’re actually the energy you put into the world. No matter where you are right now, just do your very best. 🖤
(PS - I actually HAVE worked as a grocery clerk! No shade whatsoever if this is your job ~ it can definitely be a lot of fun!)