Good Evening! I hope you are well and adjusted to this Daylight Saving Time thing. I feel like I am FINALLY pretty adjusted to it. I don't see what all the fuss is about this, but we have been doing it for so long, I guess that it just seems natural to many. Not to me, but that is another story. I'm laughing at myself here because I can remember a time when I enjoyed the shift. It seems like everything is shifting, not just the lost hour of sleep but lots of things.
I keep wondering where I'm supposed to go next on this adventure I'm on. I keep seeing posts that seem to be encouraging me to "make that change." But I keep asking myself "Of what change are you speaking?" A change in jobs? I haven't been looking. A change in residence? Well, I am looking, but haven't found much. What kind of change am I supposed to make? I have been working well with my lenten "gift" I hate to call it a sacrifice, of being kinder to others. There are days when it is a challenge, but more often than not, I get what I give. I know I'm supposed to "trust," I guess that's truly what the issue is. I may NOT be trusting completely.
Sometimes it's a scary thing to let go and let God, especially when we don't have a clue as to what we are letting go of and letting God handle. Ah, there it is! It is about complete surrender to the will of God. I still have lots of work to do. One of the things I need to work on is my listening skills. I have been reading others' writings about that "little voice." Is it truly God's voice, or is it my own ego talking? I need to get comfortable with being quiet to let myself hear the voice of God. But, if we are one with God, as the Bible says we are, then maybe I should ask for discernment on what I believe I'm hearing. Here again, God, you must speak more clearly to me, as I can often be obtuse.
Do any of you ever feel like that? That you intuitively KNOW what to do, but wonder if it IS God telling you? I believe that we each need to have a little more confidence in what we hear, me especially. So often taking that proverbial "leap of faith" is a daunting task, but perhaps if we say, "Okay, God, I know you have this, and just step out, we will put into action what we know and believe. I think I'll try it. I hope you will too. Love, Light, Peace, and Joy!
I'm just an ordinary person on my path to enlightenment. I enjoy learning, and lately I'm learning how to enjoy the challenges that present themselves as opportunities for me to grow. I hope that you find encouragement and inspiration through this blog.