A Life Giving Moment: The Perfect Time is Not Always the Best of Times Different Year-Different Choices Series Pt. 5
Many of us continue to sing, “should’ve, would’ve, and could’ve” at the end of every year because we maintain a belief that there is a time when all things align in perfect order without chaos and discord creating the perfect moment to launch a business, try a new hobby, move to a new place, partner with a new person, and pursue a new dream.
Please open your mind, body, and Soul to receive this reality: The right time to do your thing is often different from how you imagined it would be when the moment arrives. Great novelists have written their best works during seasons of unemployment. Notable actors and actresses landed their premier jobs during what appeared to be a season of lack and disappointment. Online resources we cannot live without emerged out of unmet needs and garages. Some computer software programs and many electronics that changed the way we live were crafted by college dropouts in desperate need of a space to invest their genius and creativity beyond traditional educational facilities.
Sojourner, as I posted previously, chaos is a component of creative energy. The key is discerning just what the chaos is seeking to birth within you and what you need to birth into the Universe. Whenever an idea calls out to you, that exact moment is the perfect time to start your ground work: research, ask questions, do a quick list of what you need in order to bring the idea into reality. In the fullness of time when you least expect it, you will stumble across those notes and discover that you have the guidelines to make the unfolding dream come true!
"In the grand scheme of things, your life, regardless of pain and difficulty, is an unfolding miracle. Your life is the coming of a dream. Your life is the co-creative component of the Divine birthing process that happens within human consciousness and lived experiences [...]" -Kanisha Billingsley
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