Letting Life Happen

By: Heather J. Tait

Allowing life to happen doesn’t mean we are to take no action at all. In fact the opposite is said to be true. There is always footwork to be done. We have to meet life half way. The effort you put into yourself and the world around you is what will essentially be returned to you.

We have to recognize opportunity and then if it is fitting to our path, we can then work to obtain it. Allowing life to unfold means we are creating adequate space for life to breathe on its own terms.

Soon we discover that we are surrounded by the appropriate people at the appropriate times.

People, places, and things become almost precisely placed in our lives almost like actors and props in a play. We have the ability to embrace these moments and people and take with us the lessons we have learned.
When we let life happen we are admitting to ourselves that there is a universal force surrounding us and our capabilities. Every move we make is part of the intricate make up of our environment, emphasizing how important each of us truly is.

We can listen to this natural movement of life or we can turn a deaf ear and proceed into blindness, never seeking that which we were intended. It is up to us to observe and participate in the orchestrated sequences occurring all around us.

Pay attention to life’s directions at work. We may not have been born with maps in our hands, but we were born with an intuitive sense of direction. It’s up to us to take the time to look at the world around us, understand the options before usFind Article, and pay attention to where we feel we truly belong.

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