Reflections

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    Varsha

    I got married 6 months ago and I am still getting used to it. It all still seems new. This is the uncertainty I am embracing graceful at the moment. I am grateful for my husband for being so supportive and forgiving

    1 year ago
  2. Debra

    It’s inviting me to embrace uncertainty every day, especially now that my life is certainly at a crossroads. That’s the certainty that I clearly know and do my best not to shrink from. The uncertainty at times leaves me unsettled but more often than not I welcome the change. It’s life.

    1 year ago
  3. Antoinette

    Life is always uncertain. All I can do is be present with an open heart and say thank you to life.

    1 year ago
  4. Jess

    I am living everyday in the present. I do not resent my past anymore and I do not fear the future. I know, without a doubt, that I am going to be ok because I am abundance. I am deserving of my desires and I manifest everything that I want easily and quickly. Thank you Universe, my God, for all of your blessings.

    1 year ago
  5. O.Christina

    I don´t know, but to just be with uncertainty might be one possibility. Meanwhile, staying alert, kind, and loving. To love no matter what, to find back to loving kindness including towards myself, when uncertainty might become too frightened.

    1 year ago
  6. nadders

    Erm. This is a good question. I am off work with stress. I generally feel better at the moment as I am not in work and therefore have removed the stressor. But because of this I uncertain of when I am well enough to return to work.. o think on reflection I need to trust the advice from the health professional in my life as they will have better insight into my wellness. This is a challenge for me as I like to be in control. So, on reflection, the current uncertainty in my life appears to be inviting to relinquish some control and develop trust in others.

    1 year ago
  7. Elaine

    As Kristi Nelson might say 🙂
    —respond to the invitation to wake up grateful
    —continue the practice of taking nothing for granted.

    1 year ago
  8. Anna

    I do not know, I’m sorry.
    Yet, I’m sure I don’t love uncertainty, but that often life is a paradox.
    Sometimes my desire is a burst of tears in God’s arms.

    1 year ago
  9. Mica

    Supposedly I’m leading a group ‘virtual event’ in October – is that still true? I’m embracing the uncertainty and progressing as if it’s still true, despite the many weaknesses I see in my plans, which might cause the sponsor to cancel it. But I emailed my sponsor a post I made to another group, to advertise the event today.

    1 year ago
  10. Don Jones

    By remembering that one thing is certain… we are all on death row.

    1 year ago
  11. Toni

    My email was on the dark web and I just changed my password. The uncertainty of fraud, theft, etc. is not a comfortable thing to live with. Since my cousin just went through identity theft I am grateful that she was able to deal with it and I am fortunate that I not have had to. I check balances daily and pay attention to credit score changes and do what I need to do. That is the material world we live in. I am responsible for the quality of my life not the outcome of what I cannot control. My reaction to the present moment with peace is all that concerns me right now. I know that I am being guided by grace when I am able to remain calm cool and collected amidst uncertainty.

    1 year ago
    1. Mica

      Yup, Toni – those things are now parts of our lives, aren’t they? 🥰🙃😜😁🤗

      1 year ago
  12. Nina

    Uncertain about taking a vaccine that is not FDA approved. My work is forcing this or terminating. No freedom in the USA, no choice and violations of HIPAA from employers even asking, or knowing if you had the vaccine or not. I hate uncertainty, even though we all face it everyday. I just feel overwhelmed, with a sense of mistrust based on all the misinformation out there. Whom should I trust besides GOD, no one. UGH:/ such a dilemma. Pray for me please.

    1 year ago
    1. Mica

      I lit a candle for you, Nina – interesting point about HIPAA. That was all pre-Covid, wasn’t it?? My aged neighbor has survived Covid, which she got in a Bible Study group; her son doesn’t know if they were wearing masks..
      May peace be with you!

      1 year ago
  13. SK

    Just to have one more day chases any uncertainty away. It must mean I have at least one more thing to do on behalf of the universe. we all live in “uncertain” times only if we allow our hearts and minds and choices to go there. Stand up. Stand back. take a deep breath. This too shall pass.

    1 year ago
    1. Toni

      I knew an SK once. He was a massage therapist/yoga teacher. He became very ill and later after recovery went on to study acupuncture. He was one in a million! He embodied loving kindness. A pure soul. Seeing your name reminded me of him. He faced uncertainty and overcame many odds. He sounds like you! So positive and loving. What a soul! I’m glad I got to know him for a brief moment in time. Just thinking about him gives makes me feel at ease. I know this is odd that I am saying all this but why keep these memories to myself.

      1 year ago
      1. Mica

        My ‘SK’ is one of my 2 dear sisters-in-law, SK and Toni 🥰

        1 year ago
  14. d
    dcdeb

    Not knowing about my own safety and wellbeing

    1 year ago
  15. Linda

    Nothing is certain in life. Every morning when we get up we are facing uncertainty, especially as we age!

    1 year ago
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