To stay patient and trust the journey is one of the hardest things for me. I never imagined being 40, single and childless. I also know if you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans.
What I am learning is that I need to stop trying to control the outcome. In my head, what I want should happen when I want it to. Forgetting that it is all in God’s hands and not mine.
Today, I wanted to share a few ways I am working on allowing myself to trust the journey as tough as it is:
- Believing that God does not make any mistakes. There is a reason I am where I am at this point in my life.
- Learning to live in the present. Living day by day and not worrying about what is going to happen tomorrow.
- Believing that God has something great for me. Bigger than what I imagined in my little brain.
- Lastly, being grateful for what I have right now. My life is not bad; I have all my necessities plus a lot more.
Trusting my journey is not easy but as I work on these things every day, it gets easier. I have no clue what God has planned for my future, but I sure can’t wait to see it. Nevertheless, while I’m waiting, I am going to work on enjoying this thing called life and taking it day by day.
“What I know for sure: No matter where you are on your journey, that’s exactly where you need to be. The next road is always ahead. No, I wouldn’t take nothing from my journey”. –Oprah
CC (Crowned CaNesha)