Don’t ignore wisdom.

When something seems too good to be true, it usually is… You ever seen something advertised on a super low discounted site, and you purchased the item, but when you received it, it looked like a knock off version of what you expected, or it looked super cheap, and nothing like you had expected? Well, I learned a long time ago, that you get what you pay for! You can’t go on a cheap site and expect a high quality product. In real life, you can’t get with someone who doesn’t plan to commit to anyone, and cross your fingers and hope or expect them to be faithful to you. You’re shopping at an online discount store for high quality items!

You’re wishing! Lol and the wish doesn’t leave you fulfilled, it keeps you wishing and lacking. Sometimes, it gets you good enough… but good enough isn’t really ever good enough, because it’s not exactly what you wanted, but it will do. No, don’t settle for, “It will do.” It will do, won’t do a thing but make you regret that you settled for less.

Listen, whether you’re shopping online or you’re dating, or just searching for answers to something your inquiring mind would like to know, make sure you’re listening to logic and not your feelings. Your feelings will have you ignoring things that look right on the surface or from a distance, but it sits bad in your spirit. Your mind will say, “Nah, something’s not right,” but your feelings will have you hoping that what you know is a fact, turns out to be a figment of your imagination… Listen, don’t ignore your intuition and just as importantly, DON’T IGNORE WISDOM! We go through things in life to teach us wisdom.

Wisdom has a lot to do with understanding! If you have an understanding that a bird chirps, don’t expect it to bark like dog! Use wisdom! Some may call this common sense, but Lord knows, common sense is not too common these days. Just because someone or something looks and sounds good, doesn’t mean it’s good for you, good to you, or has good intentions for you.

No matter how much you want someone or something, if wisdom has taught you what the outcome is, don’t entertain it. The amount of time, money, and effort wasted on the wrong things, could be saved and invested into the right and the real things. You will thank wisdom and patience later.

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