Thursday, June 11, 2009

Patience and Power

"When it comes to getting through change, never underestimate the power of patience. Faced with an uncomfortable change, our first instinct is to hurry up and get through it. We don’t want to feel the uncertainty, the fear, the sadness or any other negative emotions that might arise. But rushing through a change prevents the process from unfolding naturally.

Resist the urge to speed through a transition, searching for a fast fix. Be still, live in the change as it plays out and allow things to develop in the way they need to. Or, from a more spiritual perspective, allow the universe to do its work.

Expectations are what create pain and uncomfortableness. Drop what you expect to happen, how it should happen, and by when. Life is constantly rearranging itself, so today it's OK if you don't have all the to your change puzzle."© 2009 The First Thirty Days, Inc. All Rights Reserved |

This article is sooo me. When something doesn't go right, I am always trying to fix it immediately and a fixate on the situation, going over and over it in my head. I have to keep reminding myself to trust in God and that life happens and to let things settle down to see what new path I should take. I know their is a purpose for things happening in life, it's just hard sometimes waiting to see what that purpose is.

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