Are You Truly Trusting The Timing Of Your Life?

Are You Truly Trusting The Timing Of Your Life?

No matter where we are in life, we can always reflect on our lives and wonder, precisely what happened.
We may have had plans for what we wanted to do or achieve by our current ages, but when we look at where we are now, our current destination is way off what we had set out in our minds. This can cause an immense amount of sadness for us if we let it.
You may have planned to start a family by a certain age, or to reach a certain point in your career, or to achieve a specific goal in your life in a certain time frame.
When faced with the scenarios that we plan in our minds, we must always factor in the fact that life pulls us in many different directions, directions we may not even understand or fathom until later on in life. 
Trusting the timing of our lives is easier said than done, but we must do it at every stage of our lives because this is how we express our gratitude. 
Looking at our current situation and being upset that it’s not the ‘ideal’ situation we had planned, despite the many blessings we have - indirectly, we are saying that we do not trust the timing of our lives.
If we don’t, how will we learn or be ready for the blessings that are to come?
Trust the timing of your life - always. 
It’s hard for many of us to see, but the journey we are currently on is where we are supposed to be at this point in our lives. As challenging as our current situation may be or how uncomfortable it is, there are elements that we have to appreciate to reach the next level in our lives.
When we trust the timing of our lives and believe it, we are saying that we appreciate the period we are in and are open to learning the lessons we need to know to progress and grow. 
So whatever you are currently going through, you are supposed to go through it, but we need to understand that the next phase in our lives is always right around the corner; however, it may not come in the time or package that we envisioned.
When we focus on the scenario we have planned, we can ignore or overlook the opportunities when they arise because they didn’t come when we thought they would be ideal. 
Often, nothing comes for us in the timing that we envision.
So where you can, show gratitude for the situation you are in now and mean it. Your life can change at any point; is it only when things are how you envision it that you’ll be happy?
If that is what you based your happiness on, how long until your mind starts to imagine more scenarios for the future? When you get everything you’ve envisioned for the present, will it ever be enough?
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