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Arrive

“Life is lived on levels and arrived at in stages.” – Edwin Louis Cole

It’s a good place to be, right in the moment. No regrets of what’s been or not been, only lessons, memories, stories and blessings (some disguised as burdens) that sustain us. No worries of what’s to come, only faith that we will arrive where and when we need to, with confidence that it is our place and our time.

Moments by themselves often don’t make sense, but in their entirety make up the notes in our symphony. Looking back, we can see the series of pivot points, challenges, victories and arrivals and the path is complete. So moving forward, knowing that it really does all tie together, we can appreciate and enjoy the moment knowing that we are where we need to be.

Gratitude and awareness of the present cultivates a deep, lasting joy. While we may not arrive to our many destinations in our time, it’s always the right time. Keep showing up. You are arriving everyday.

7 Comments Post a comment
  1. thank you – yes, it’s always the right time…right here, right now 🙂

    May 22, 2013
  2. always the right time-
    Yes. Not that part of me doesn’t still freak out and worry about the arriving. Giving that one a little attention 🙂
    Thank you for this message of truth.
    Much love-
    Laurie

    May 23, 2013
    • You are arriving! Enjoy today and take in the world through a filter of love. When I do this it is always better.
      Kathie

      May 23, 2013
  3. A great post and a timely reminder when in my own life I’m starting to get restless for progress when I should just be smiling, breathing, and enjoying the moments. Like Hemingway once said (paraphrased): “Now. It is a funny word to mean the whole world and your life.”

    May 25, 2013

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