The things you tolerate in your life today, determine who and what you will be tomorrow. I have discovered that, “the single most important decision you make in life is who you allow into your life”.
Good behaviour is contagious and bad character contaminates. Emotions circulate through social networks. Each positive person you surround yourself with increases your chances of being positive, and ultimately that will lead you to success. Each negative person you surround yourself with doubles your chances of being negative, and failure is imminent. You must decide who to tolerate in life. If you don’t, other people will make decisions for you. “Choose these day whom you will serve”…? ( Joshua 24:14-15).
See your life as an exclusive event. You are the gate keeper. It’s your responsibility to keep some people out,and others in. You are also responsible to sack those who ferment trouble and therefore are no longer tolerated. It means, you have to take stock of who is in your life right now. Not everyone is right for you. Some people have your best interest at heart, whilst others have daggers and spears ready to pierce through your heart. Some people are “drama queens” in your life and must not be tolerated. They will push you into baseless arguments over the least thing. Drama queens are always unhappy about something all the time. They will whine, nag, complain, murmur and will never appreciate anything. It doesn’t matter who he or she is, don’t play into their game. Drop them at their destinations secretly from your life forever so they can’t create any more drama.
“Don’t have anything to do with FOOLISH and STUPID arguments, because you know they produce quarrels”. (2 Timothy 2:23-24)
Who is in your life? Who are those you tolerate in your life?
To be cont..
Stay blessed always and remember to love someone and mean it.
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Rev. Prophet Luke Luki Barson is the Senior Pastor at Liberty House Christian Centre at Tema Community 25.
He has studied at the University of Ghana, the Methodist University College and the Christian Service University College.
He is currently a PhD student at the University of South Africa.