Getting What We Want
I would not give the keys to my car to a ten-year-old child. I wouldn’t allow a minor to play the lottery, even if it wasn’t against the law. And, I don’t expect the Universe to give me success in the areas where I am not equipped to handle it. From personal experience, I know how easy it is for my ego to take control and make me think I’m something I’m not.
I have hopes and dreams that the Religious Recovery program will be successful and grow into a large organization that helps thousands, perhaps even millions of people. But, I have also had other dreams in the past that only came to a measure of success far below what I’d hoped. I’m learning to let go and live in the unknown — allowing Divine Spirit to guide my steps as quickly or as slowly as is best for me. So, I ask The Divine for success and growth, and then I leave it up to The Divine to decide how much of each I can handle.
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