My 30 Day Challenge: Day 25

Patience is a virtue my friends. It's time to remind you to not force things. This is a lesson I recently re-learnt myself. I was trying to make my life happen in a certain area and it just wasn't bringing me joy anymore so I took a step back to re-analyze the situation. What I saw was that I needed to practice my patience and get back to what made me happy. I'm now back on the path of being happy and haven't lost anything. Everything is happening at the right moment and in the perfect way. You should enjoy life and a lot of that can come from patients. Slow down, take a breath, calm your self and then look around, things don't have to move at a million miles an hour for things to get done or to happen. A lot of the time we work on something so hard and want it to happen that we actually miss the solution that is right in front of us. When you take a moment and walk away and distract your mind with something else it gives you time to look at things with a new perspective. All of a sudden you might get that answer you've been looking for because you let go of needed to have it in that moment and allowed it to come to you in its own perfect time. I also want to remind you that when dealing with other people you may want to show them the way or "you know better" but sometimes it's best to practice your patience and allow that person to figure it out on their own. Yes you may have been able to just tell them the answer but for that person it might be much more rewarding for them to figure it out them self. Sometimes we all just want to do it our self so remember that it applies to everyone else around you as well. There is all the time in the world for you, a whole life as a matter of fact, so relax, lay back and allow those amazing things to come to you in their own divine time.

Positive Affirmation of the Day: "My dream chases me, I do not chase my dream."