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The Undefined Road

Human beings have this tendency to equate not knowing, to equate uncertainty with something negative. We tend to take security in knowing, in defining, so much so that when we're in a space of not knowing what's going to happen next we go in either of two directions: freak out mode, or total surrender.

Allow yourself to surrender to the unknown. Allow yourself to step into the outlook that says "I don't know what's next, but I'm excited to find out."

Living on the edge of all knowledge is living in the field of unpredictable miracles. Having NO idea of what will come next, what will appear as your next moment, giving up that frightened flight to define, is allowing yourself to be open enough to receive the miracles a Higher Intelligence has prepared and orchestrated for you.

Trust.

The path is already made. You don't have to labor to pave the road yourself. The undefined road, the undefined tomorrow, is the ride you've always wanted to be on.

Trust.

You ARE being looked-after in Love...by Love.

Love would love to LOVE YOU Now.

In Surrender,
Kid

Comments

draagonfly said…
Living on the edge of all knowledge is living in the field of unpredictable miracles.

That creates the most beautiful picture in my mind - like walking through a field of twinkling stars!
inherview said…
"like walking through a field of twinkling stars!" --- THIS creates a beautiful picture in my mind!!!

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