Before the Sun Sets | Heavenletters

Finding your way in the world doesn’t have to be a quickie. It doesn’t have to be at lightning speed, nor does it have to be a sure thing. You don’t really have a race to win. As a matter of fact, what race is there to win? Even, if there were a race to win, you don’t have to be a whiz-bang at it.

You don’t have to rush. You don’t have to be Johnny-on-the-Spot, just, as in summer, you don’t have to pick all the flowers at once. I favor the idea of: All in good time.

At the same time, you don’t ration the flowers you pick forever either. By and large, Nature favors that there are always enough flowers to go round for everyone as it is. Easy does it! Anyway, you definitely don’t have to be the fastest kid on the block.

Have confidence that you will cover all your bets on Earth as well as spiritually all in good time. No one knows all the answers or even all the choices. Even so, you will find yourself at the right place at the right time. You cannot know everything, nor do you have to.

As you progress in life, picture yourself in a canoe in still waters. Lean back. Stop rowing for a while. Dribble your fingers in the cool waters. It doesn’t matter all that much when you arrive. You will arrive, and you will arrive as you are meant to.

See you!

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