Everyone Can’t Be in Your Front Row

This poem was shared with me by a very special person in my life. I just discovered it once again and wanted to share…

Life is a theatre so invite your audience carefully. Not everyone is healthy enough to have a front seat in our lives. The are some people in your life that need to be loved from a distance. It is amazing what you can accomplish when you let go, or at least minimize your time with draining, negativity, incompatibility, dead-end relationships, friendships and family.

Everyone can’t be in your front row.

Observe the relationships around you. Pay attention to which ones lift and which ones lean. Which ones encourage and which ones discourage. Which ones are on a path of growth uphill and which ones are just plain going downhill. When you leave certain people do you feel better or worse?

Everyone can’t be in your front row.

The more you seek growth, peace of mind, love and truth around you , the easier it will become for you to decide who gets to sit in your front row. You will find some need to be moved to the balcony of your life.

Everyone can’t be in your front row.

You cannot change the people around you… but you can change the people you choose to be around. Remember front row seats are a privilege and only for special people who deserve to be there. What an honor to sit in your front row. Remember that and choose wisely those who will be there for the long-term to uplift you and cheer you on.

Everyone can’t be in your front row.

Anonymous Author

I encourage you to consider those in your own front row. Do they deserve that seat of honor? Is it time some hike it to the balcony? Might you feel better if they do? Build your front row wisely.

Stacey Schneider

Stacey Schneider

Welcome to my first venture into the world of blogging! Why the name for this blog you may ask? For a long time those who surrounded me tried to "fix" me. It took me a long time to realize I AM NOT BROKEN! Hence, I do not need fixed. Life has thrown so many unexpected things my way as it does for so many of us. I have learned it is all just a part of my journey. What really counts is what you do with that knowledge you have acquired along the way. So stay tuned and thanks for choosing to continue on my journey with me.
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