|Venice Beach, CA|
I received a note from a good
friend that said, “Know yourself to be held in complete love by the Universe at
every moment and go forth in joyful expectation.” I loved that.
It was comforting for me to think that, regardless of what was going on
in my life, I was loved, cared for, guided and protected. Not only that, there was the joyful
expectation that my goodies were waiting for me.
|Long Beach, CA|
But how many of us can know
this to be true and hold onto that belief?
We're thrilled at the concept but, when it gets down to the nitty gritty
and every day is not blissful, are we able to keep on believing or do our
doubts start surfacing and cloud over what we want to believe is true? Do quotes like, “Keep on keeping on” still
work for us? Are we the staunch
believers we tell ourselves we are or do we become one of those people we're always trying to bolster when they are down?
And how long is our hanging-on shelf life?
|Healing Calendula Flowers|
So, when is enough
enough? Can we just believe that,
within Divine Order, our good must come to us?
That it's our birthright to have our good because the good we're attempting to draw to us is the same good Spirit wants to bestow upon us. It's not some complicated equation. It’s law.
It’s natural that it should happen.
So, when someone says, “Go forth in joyful expectation of your good” why
do we get all excited at the idea of this?
It’s because sometimes we need to be assured of what we already know to
|-Mahatma Gandhi |
Post a Comment