“Not everyone who started with you will finish with you. Be ok with that,” Khloe Kardashian wrote in an extensive post on her social media account this past weekend.
Her writing encourages self-love and avoiding toxic people, but it is unconfirmed whom the Kocktails With Khloé host was referring to.
“You never really see how toxic someone is until you breathe fresher air,” the quote reads.
The 31-year-old paired the quotation with her own, longer caption and interpretation:
“Let me remind you that we don’t need anybody’s approval to be happy in life,” said the star. “It’s on you to validate and accept your version of happiness. Take the control back. You choose your life. Don’t let anyone else decide for you. We are no victims to life. No prisoners. But we do become victims and prisoners to the people we choose to surround ourselves with.”
She continued with, “We tend to become content, passive and blind within our relationships. Whether it be a family member, business partner, friend or a lover. Out of comfort and possibly fear. The unknown will leave you stuck in a bad situation. Choosing comfort over your own happiness. Never forget that fate loves the fearless. Today’s wisdom was yesterday’s pain. Tomorrow’s happiness is today’s bravery. Never be fearful of letting go, for sometimes holding on can damage you deeper. Those scars run deep. There’s a huge difference between giving up and letting go. Giving up means you are selling yourself short. It means allowing fear to limit your opportunities and keep you cemented in place. Stuck. Letting go means freeing yourself from something that is no longer beneficial to your personal growth.
Then she expands her statement, “It means removing toxic people and toxic mindsets from your life so that you can make room for relationships and ideas that are conducive to your happiness and ever evolving personal expansion. Giving up is self-defeat. Letting go is self-love. Letting go means putting yourself first instead of holding on to that negative space you don’t deserve. Nobody deserves. Removing toxic people from your life is only allowing room for a positive flow to elevate your mind, body and soul. Not everyone who started with you will finish with you. Be ok with that. God Helps Those Who Help Themselves.”
Whether she was speaking in general or releasing frustrations, we can attest to the fact that she gave some pretty sensible advice. The post can be interpreted in many ways….
By: Taylor Bennett