With the best intentions begin the day. Let your own inner light rise with the morning sun and bring it forth with the spirit of your intent to have a day of wonder, beauty and gratitude. For all you are naturally granted, the ability to experience a new day and to be open to what may come, be thankful. There is so much going on in the world to worry about, but for this moment count your blessings and start the day on the right foot, setting it down on your true path of heart, the one you find yourself on this day.
Decide what’s important to you in life, what you desire most or what you no longer need, and work toward achieving your goal or releasing yourself from duties, habits, and attachments that no longer serve your best interest. Or do both, seek something higher and better while letting go of other things that do not serve a higher good. These are the things that a call to a higher spiritual search require as you evolve. Without attachment, learn for yourself what is most important for you and pursue it with courage, fortitude, and impeccability. After all, it’s your life.
Even the best laid plans, with everything in place and set, may not run according to schedule. Such is life, easily planned but much harder to control. Learn to be flexible, to go with the flow, while at the same time be prepared and fully intent for a smooth process. To be open to what comes along, while at the same time to plan for the best, is to be in good balance with what is and with what is desired. To want is natural, but not all that is wanted is necessary. Sometimes something more important is needed. So, with an open and steady heart, prepare to go with the flow!
Change is inevitable. All things evolve over time. All things undergo the natural process of a lifetime, both in nature and in human life, changing incrementally every day. Acceptance of change can take a lifetime, but one day it is no longer unseen to even the most avoidant eye. Change is life, life is change. And yet there is something that remains the same, the spirit of everything, which persists throughout all the changes that matter undergoes. And that is what evolves into new life. Pay attention to your spirit as it seeks to guide you each day through the inevitable changes of life. It knows what to do, how to be, and where to go.
It’s one thing to be wise but another thing to be humble enough to put one’s own wisdom to the test by acting upon what you know to be true. Just because someone is touted as being wise does not mean they are impeccable. To be impeccable is to be able to turn wisdom into action and to go through the trials to reach the truth of that wisdom, and then, ultimately, to arrive at even greater wisdom, which in its turn will need to be proven as well.