Citizen TV's 10 over 10 show host Willis Raburu's wife Ivy Namu has asked her fans to love purely without expectations. Through a coded post on her Instagram stories, she told her fans not to resist love or force it, but should allow it to happen naturally.
While doing this, Ivy stated that the people and things that are destined to be part of one's life will automatically happen. On the same line, she asked her followers to focus on being better, aligned to their values and focus on self-care and love.
In a different post, she wondered why anytime they start getting better, it is the very moment they start feeling sad. To her, this sadness comes because one starts to gradually understand what they missed on and the people who had hurt them.
Well, for one to fully heal, Ivy stated that grieving is fully part of it and there is absolutely no shortcut. She ended her series of coded messages by telling fans that all that is meant for them will eventually come no matter the circumstances.
No jealousy, hate or envy can ever stop what is meant to be.
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