Sunday, January 3, 2010

Stay left-out!

I was thinking today in church as the pastor preached about folks being jealous and envious of others, of how I always use to feel left-out of the group. Just recently I realized why a certain group of folks who always left me out of activities, conversations and job referrals - even though I included them in mine - always omitted me. Well I discovered that these people are jealous and envious of my personality, skills and dedication to my destiny.

I found out when working with these groups of people that they don't know what they are doing on their particular jobs. They are faking their way through. I discovered that they all hung together. Then, it hit me. I would rather stay left-out of this group of people. I don't want to be associated with folks who don't know what they are doing. I don't want to be associated with people who are jealous and envious of others. I don't want to be associated with folks who are not honest and true.

So now I smile as I stay left-out of these folks. I like myself. I realize that God blocks us from things that we can't see or don't know what's bad for us. I thank God that I am strong enough to endure and move on toward my destiny and not feel left-out of his glory. Thank you God.


  1. Well said Ms. Film Director and more. Just face it....You are gifted and talented with a creative outcome that your haters can't seem to understand. Keep hitting them with your best and you will realize why you were left out in the first place. Continue to shine in the mist of your journey. God has blessed you with his goodness and grace. Trust me, He takes care of his own. Your personality says it all. I commend you on your accomplishments and wish nothing but success for your future visions. Shake them haters off...He are still standing!!!

  2. I agree with Anessential Solution. The very first feature project I tried to put together, fell apart out of Jealousy and Envy. Those same guys run in a pack. I see them, doing the same thing everyday that they were doing a year and a half ago, which is nothing.

  3. Wow Patricia...I couldn't agree more with this post!!! It makes me very emotional...all my life I have always felt "different" and have found myself in situations over and over again never really fitting in at all...what you are saying makes such really loving this one!!!