There are Always More Worms
We live in a hard charging world. Hard work equals the potential for a big reward. We always need to be thinking on our feet. The early bird gets the worm. And so on.
The reality is… Inspired action, not hard work, is what creates explosive growth and opportunity. Thinking on our feet will always limit us to our own knowledge base and shuts out the wisdom of the ages that is always available. And there are always more worms. Just wait until it rains.
Foot off the Gas
We all need to take our foot off the gas. Let go of the notion that we know best.
Stress is what we feel when we don’t feel in control. Whether it’s our hectic schedule, or another person, or our job – if we were coasting along instead of charging ahead – the bumps that life throws us wouldn’t feel like such a jolt. If you need proof, go over a pothole at 70 mph and then again at 10 mph.
When the Source of all that is throws out a little road sign to show us the way – we aren’t going so fast that we miss it. Altering our course a bit to stay on course is like easily avoiding a pothole at 10 mph.
In the Flow
I, for one, am so sick of trying to run the show. I am enjoying, instead, being “in the flow” of my life. The more I take my foot of the gas, the more fluid and flexible I become to the constant change that is life. Stress melts away from a fluid soul.
The less I think I know, the more knowledge is flowing to me from sources that I could have never imagined with my own pea brain. Rest assured, divine knowledge coupled with inspired action is what creates limitless results.