Roll with It

At some point in our life, we all experience times when something doesn’t go our way, even when we have taken all the right actions.

For instance, we might have returned to school to study a particular trade, but didn’t land our dream job right out of school. Or we might have been turned down for a promotion we worked hard for, or didn’t get the dream house we desired after saving for many years.

It is normal to have certain expectations about the outcomes we desire. However, if we don’t get the results we want, then we have to let go in the present moment, and trust that the outcome will be better for us down the road.

Letting go, and accepting a particular outcome doesn’t mean giving up or abandoning our dreams altogether, it just means we might have to find another way, or move in a different direction for the time being.

Experiencing any disappointment can be a challenge while we are going through it, and it is usually only in hindsight, that we can see the blessings behind the postponements.

Thankfully, we usually end up finding a better job, starting our own company, or finding a better house than the one we originally planned on.

However, in the meantime, a good way to move through the waiting process is to cultivate a feeling of gratitude for the things we already have, and feel the appreciation that ensues.

 

What 5 things are on your gratitude list today?

 

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13 thoughts on “Roll with It

  1. Dear Cathie,
    Thank you for this wonderful blog post. It can sometimes feel challenging to trust which is why I find it important that we remind each other to do it, anyway.

    Five of the things I feel grateful for today:
    My husband Kim
    Your blog post
    That I “rolled with it”, even when it felt scary, at times
    New possibilities that slowly seem to take shape, now
    To feel connected, again, after a phase of experiencing isolation

    Much Love,
    Steffi

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  3. Well said and thanks for the Inspirational reminder. I’m grateful for: My family’s good health, waking up each day, a supportive family, my home, and a stable mind. 😊

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