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Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Good Morning:
I may have certain expectations about my finances, relationships or future goals, but I don't place limits on the good I expect. My expectations are high, and my vision is wide--wide enough to include a world of unlimited possibilities. I release any struggle and have faith in my Higher power, my constant companion and guide.
An unexpected change--or even an expected one--might seem like the last thing I would ask for; but over time, its value becomes clear. My life is unfolding in divine order. As I remain at peace with what is and listen for divine direction, I move into new experiences with grace and ease. I cooperate with my spirit and expect only the best from this divine journey
emoticonHave a good day!! How is your program going? I am really focusing on mine - it is not always easy but I take it one day at a time. Some days I take it one minute at a time. You can do it, too. emoticon emoticon
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  • CONCHA77
    Love this blog! Happy Mother's Day!

    2200 days ago
    I am one of those people also that does not embrace change, but I have pretty much learned to roll with it,
    not always what I wanted or expected, but it does happen,
    I am doing good on my program, I am not pushing myself too much, my cold is still hanging on, and I seldom get my 10,000 steps, and that is ok, I am not worried about it at all. but I am going to aerobics and enjoying it, the weight is not coming off, but hopefully it will.
    I am also working on writing down every bite that goes in my mouth, and that is difficult for me.
    2203 days ago
    Indeed the unexpected sometimes happens, and is not necessarily what we want @ the time, but eventually we learn the value of the change! Change is a hard thing to embrace because it exposes so many of our vulnerable points. But once we allow those vulnerabilities to be exposed, embrace them, cooperate with things, then we see sometimes it really IS for the best!

    I too have lived through 3 unintended job changes with DH and none were easy, but the last one was especially difficult. BUT as it ends up, despite having to relocate away from family and friends, it has been a really great job for DH. So we have to always be open and listen with our head and heart.
    2203 days ago
  • DR1939
    Twenty years ago my husband lost his job during a restructuring process. Although it took some time, it worked out well. Those who remained with the company did not last or were very unhappy. We moved, he had a less stressful position, I found the perfect position, and our daughter married a wonderful man from our new area. At the time it occurred we were not sure what would happen and the uncertainty was horrid. I wish a similar outcome for you.
    2203 days ago
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