Drama Doesn’t Just Walk Into Your Life

Drama Doesn't Just Walk Into Your Life

Drama doesn’t just walk
into your life… You either
create it, you invite it, or
you associate with people
who bring it into your life.

17 thoughts on “Drama Doesn’t Just Walk Into Your Life”

  1. Like everything, cheap spirituality does not cut it. It all depends on the context and the definition of drama. Go ask the Syrians refugees if they caused their horrific drama.

  2. I think in the simplest sense, the poet ‘s intention was to say that there is more drama in which we control . We are an intelligent species that can distinguish between the two

  3. We often don’t realize how our thoughts affect our lives. Thoughts generate feelings, which will unchain reaction, which will create patterns of behavior, therefore shape our lives. Maybe the post can be misunderstood but we are the creators of everything we live. We attract what is similar to us, we attract what is alike our own frequency. All our suffering has its root in our believes, we need to look deep inside and slowly slowly understand what is going on and why. It’s hard, it’s painful but necessary to find the inner love and light we all were born with.

  4. Its a official…I dislike more than 50% of what you post. Who ARE you behind these posts? My sisters husband is in the hospital…lots of drama (did she create it or invite it?) I live in a toxic apt. building w/o means to move-out…lots of drama (did I create this or invite this?) I know I should simply un-follow this page…But, I have to speak my mind.~

    1. I think that in the simplest sense, the poet ‘s intention was to say that there is more drama in which we control. We are an intelligent speciest that can distinguish between the two.

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