around us. But they’re there. They still speak. You need to focus not only on you and your story, but what you want. How you want the story to progress. Your narrative will be influenced by outside eyes, but the degree to which that percusses is entirely your decision.
Don’t add the contemplative weights of “Why did they say that?”, or “What is their problem?” It’s of no altitude. You self-elevate, venerate. Soon, their speech will cease. And, truly, it’s not negativity. It’s non-talk. Irrelevant audible dust. Turn, and keep with your composition.