The Way Will Be Shown…
“What’s meant to be will always find a way.”
—attributed to Trisha Yearwood
Locked out of our room for this past Saturday’s workshop and no staff on site, Jeanne Guy (our facilitator) and I were working on plan “B” when a mutual friend we hadn’t seen in years arrived to host a small group in the same church building.
With a ring of keys, Bob confidently opened the door to our room. An unexpected way was shown! My relief and gratitude for this small miracle was overflowing, as we were able to get ready for arriving participants in just enough time.
“I surrender and trust that the Universe will show me the way on my path today.” ―Necole Stephens
After another challenge with a locked door that morning, I felt the universe was hitting me over the head with a recipe about trust. While I’m better at handling these challenges than I used to be, I know I can get even better at managing the stress at these times.
How do you practice trusting the way will be shown when faced with a roadblock or a locked door of some sort? Is there a prayer or mantra you say? Or possibly a beloved quote that reminds you to breathe? Whatever reminds you that a way will be shown is a priceless gift to be treasured and shared.
May you blessed with an inner knowing that the path will be revealed, or the way will be shown when you need it to appear.
“Some day all you’ll have to light the way will be a single ray of hope, and that will be enough.”
A Few Steps In
“You must learn to walk to the edge of the light, and then a few steps into the darkness; then the light will appear and show the way before you.”
― Harold B. Lee
The Way to Succeed
“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.”
There is no controlling life.
Try corralling a lightning bolt,
containing a tornado. Dam a
stream and it will create a new
channel. Resist, and the tide
will sweep you off your feet.
Allow, and grace will carry
you to higher ground. The only
safety lies in letting it all in –
the wild and the weak; fear,
fantasies, failures and success.
When loss rips off the doors of
the heart, or sadness veils your
vision with despair, practice
becomes simply bearing the truth.
In the choice to let go of your
known way of being, the whole
world is revealed to your new eyes.
—Danna Faulds You can find out more about her and her books of poetry at DannaFaulds.com.