I remember the days of teaching my teenage children how to drive. Until the age of sixteen, my wife and I had driven them wherever they needed to go. Now, according to some arbitrary law, they were old enough to earn a license and drive on their own. Someday, sooner than I want, I will need them to drive me to places I need to go because I will no longer have the ability to drive myself.
There was a time when I was guided (driven, so to speak) spiritually by a set of rules and doctrines. It wasn’t until later in life that I took the wheel of control and decision-making away from my parents and spiritual teachers in order to steer my spiritual path on my own. It wasn’t at the age of sixteen that I learned how to “drive” my spiritual decisions and choose my own destinations. No, it came much later in life.
If we fail to take control of our spiritual course, we could miss many wonderful experiences and adventures. My parents’ path worked well for them, but for some reason it failed me. But, I have also learned to turn over my journey to The Divine and ask for my Divine Parent’s instruction and guidance.
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