Ever hear the phrase, Everything I want in life is either expensive, illegal or wont text me back? “It is in this humor that we see the insight into just how our life is fashioned”, says Matthew Parker Indiana, a motivational speaker. Truth be told, we don’t attract what we desire, we attract what we are.
Take a moment and think about who you most likely have in your circle of friends. If you are the religious type, then most likely your friends are religious, too. They are also more likely to be your age and from within your social class. There is also the likelihood that they are from your community or school.
This is the same cycle that comes with relationships. They says opposites attract but, in actual fact, we are most likely to attract those who have the same values that we have and have the same life goals as ours.
It is easy to want what may not be within our reach, but more often than not we will always attract those whom in many ways are more like us. So, if you are going to attract what you desire, then you are going to have to change yourself to match that which you desire.
Matthew Parker Indiana reiterates that, whether for good or for evil, whether it is in business, relationships, careers, or social life, those that we have around us are a reflection of who we are. Fundamentally they embody who we are, where we’ve been and most often what we stand for.