What an extraordinary journey these past two years have been. Had I tried to plan it I could not have in any way orchestrated the symphony of events, synchronicity, coincidences and life transitions in a more beautiful way than they have naturally presented themselves.
As I write this I smile, as in hindsight, I wasn’t always smiling, (just ask my husband)! I felt overwhelm and challenged more than I had for many a year.
How grateful I am to now reflect with total certainty that everything was exactly as it was meant to be and that without these experiences, I would not have become the person whom I am today.
My gift from all of this is that I am able to hold on to and anchor this feeling of certainty deep within, knowing that no matter what I might again be presented with in the future, I can, and will handle it.
So with yesterday gone and tomorrow something I don’t need to be concerned about, this leaves me with today, the next 24 hours ahead for me to embrace and enjoy.
Once it is gone, it’s gone, so best I go and make the most of it. I choose to see the good in it, to see the good in everyone around me, and to always remember to see the good in me.