sincerely, kryz

14th of January 2023

14th of January 2023

Dear Reader,

“People are not possessions, so we shouldn’t think of gaining or losing them in a way that is the same as things. But having the true ones in situations we need the most, we must be aware and contented with those people.” – Paul Keith.


Someone said, ” I lost some people but gained a lot.” By the gain, the person meant because those people by whom once the person had some ties now were the result of other relationships’ reason for tumbledown. Grabbing, maybe?

However, you cannot gain some people by trying to win them over from someone whose respect fosters, right? Maybe it is not likely the person gaining them, but losing the individual’s sense of concept between having real people that willingly come and forcing to come.

At times, it is saddening to think that some people we used to have ties with are the ones who would venture into other paths that are no longer heading to us.

There might be many reasons, but to think of it as a blessing in disguise can be healing, at least for now.

You don’t gain people. Real ones willingly come without you trying and intentionally influencing them to be part of your life.

Have a good night.


hebrews 11:16

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