Good Things Are Now

I do believe that my life is always unfolding perfectly and that I always am taken care of. I’m sure of it. As I look back on my life, I can see that this has always been true. I remember leaving home at eighteen, which nothing but $3000 and never looking back. I didn’t have a plan, just that I wanted to get out of my home life and be free. Since that day, everything has always worked out for me.

I’ve been working with my expectancy about life lately. As we look for a new home in which to live, an old expectancy comes up. It is about process. I have an expectancy that there will be a process to this house showing up. I have no doubt it will come. I have no doubt that by June 1, we will be in our new home, but I believe in process and expect it. This goes along with the idea that everything will always work out. It’s a process, though.

If I ask myself whether or not this works for me, I would have to say “no.” There is another part to it to and that is the idea of the “11th hour.” Everything unfolds perfectly, but sometimes not until the 11th hour.

So, as I was contemplating all of this, something came to me quite suddenly. It was my Grandma’s voice saying, “Good things come to those who wait.” Now, what the heck does that mean? Why would good things come to those who wait? And, why would you have to wait for good things to come? When she said this, I think I was waiting for a letter from a boyfriend who promised to write me and hadn’t. So, I waited. Eventually, the letter did come. As I remember, the letter wasn’t very good and he wanted to break up with me.

So, the idea that “good things come to those who wait,” doesn’t necessary serve me.

So, I can shift this belief. I can start affirming that my Good is here now. There is no such thing as the 11th hour, really. Now is all there is. And, I might as well admit that if I keep pushing something into the future, that is where it will stay.

So, today, I change my belief. Good things come now. Good things are now. My life is unfolding perfectly in the now. My new home is a very good thing so it must be now.

Love and Aloha,

Rev. Rita

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