Navigating Relationships and Expectations: Finding Peace in Independence
Some friends and relatives are like faulty watches. We may still wear the watches for the sake of style. If some one asks do you own a watch yes we do, but is there any use, no.
Like wise if someone asks do you have friends and relatives we say yes, if there is any use,no
If we need to have a peaceful life we must understand that 'where there is Expectation there is loss'
So when we decide and work to face our life ourselves we get the strength and courage to face the world.
It's worth noting that while it's understandable to have frustrations with certain relationships and the concept of expectations, it's also important to recognize that not all friendships and family connections are devoid of use or value. Meaningful relationships can provide emotional support, companionship, shared experiences, and a sense of belonging. They can enrich our lives and contribute to our overall well-being. While it's healthy to set boundaries and have realistic expectations, it's also valuable to nurture and maintain positive connections with others.
Ultimately, the decision to face life independently or rely on others is a personal choice that can vary depending on individual circumstances, preferences, and experiences. It's essential to evaluate relationships on a case-by-case basis and determine which ones contribute positively to your life and align with your values and goals.