Morning Med; 1 2 21
When we climb into our car, we seldom give it a thought that along the way, we constantly adapt.
Somebody could be driving.
to close or
on the wrong side of the road.
The car could stall,
have a flat,
just not go.
We could see a wreck,
be the wreck,
we don’t know for sure.
We just climb into the car and go.
We don’t concentrate on dangers.
We don’t expect the road to be blocked.
We don’t focus on possible tragedies.
We turn the key and start.
We are confident that we can
We assume we will arrive intact.
Our imagined spiritual journey could be similar, if we looked at it like that.
We could choose to expect the best
and entertain less fears of getting
We could have faith in our ability to
We could choose to expect
pleasant rest stops and
a working GPS.
It would make for a much more pleasant trip, instead of letting our fears create a mess.
Oh, one more thing,
I think it’s good to know,
that it’s quite possible that the road that we are driving on is created by our beliefs.
The better we believe our future to be, the better our future we be.
Create an enjoyable trip.