When you’re in a “good place”
you’re at your best.
You take things as they come and go.
You don’t “sweat the small things.”
Even if you do,
you’ve learned how to handle them and move forward.
Simply, you refuse to become a caretaker of grudges
or a conduit for drama.
In other words, you’ve learned to adapt to
and overcome situations
not nurture them.
When you’re in a “good place,”
it’s a place of contentment.
It’s not a final or desired place of destination,
it’s a place to pause and get your bearings.
The “good place” is a place of knowing no matter what-
this soon will pass.
In this state, you possess a sense of peace regardless of
what transpires around you.
You feel childlike and carefree.
A “good place” is good.
‘It’s not a destination,
it’s part of the journey
for the soul.