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Sometimes Good Things Come to an End

I was watching one of my all time favorite movies, Love Jones, which never gets old, and Lauryn Hill's Sweetest Thing came on. The line that says 'all good things come to an end' really caught my attention this time. I thought, 'all good things don't actually come to an end, but some sadly, do'.


An end that is on the horizon for me is my chapter in my hometown of Kalamazoo, Michigan to relocate to the one and only Detroit on May 30. 


Although this end has been in the works for months giving me ample time to grieve the gravitas of such a decision, the loss is still very much palpable. Not just because I'm leaving the only place I have ever lived; a place that has loved on me in insurmountable ways. It's also palpable, because some of my closest relationships are shifting in the process. 


Shifts in relationships is something I'm keenly aware of as I've had all kinds of people come and go my entire life. That's what comes with evolution. When you change, the people around you change. Your assignments to one another change, or more so, becomes complete. 


But no matter how many times this occurs, my heart still breaks a little, or a lot, in the process. However, the moment, I accept this inevitable change, I feel an instant state of peace.

“It is your resistance to 'what is' that causes your suffering.” - Buddha

That instant moment is all you need to let go in love, helping you forge ahead, and stay open for the next best relationship.


As much as we might want things and people to stay the same, if we continue to radically choose healing and liberation above all, then we accept that what comes with that, are some revolving relationships.


We're always here to help you embrace the good that at times will reach a final destination. To explore ways we can help you see the beauty in all the change unfolding in your life, schedule a free consultation here

Cheers to accepting what is,

Demarra West


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