Trust the Wait

I didn’t do my Morning Pages this morning. I spent time with my daughter before she left for her college classes. Wednesday’s are like that.

I’m still haunted by yesterday’s Morning Pages.

It was basically three pages of questions. Then later in the day I saw these words, “Choose uncertainty over unhappiness.” That is what I chose to do. 


Every thought turned into a question mark.

I envisioned scooping the question marks off the page and into my hand. Then I threw them up in the air as if saying, “Let it all go and see what stays.”

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This morning I came across a Blog I posted four years ago, and re-posted two years later. What’s funny is I cannot recall what was happening in my life at the time of the post. Reading it gave me the feeling of staring up at a giant while holding a slingshot. Whatever it was is no longer here, and wasn’t memorable. You can read the post here.

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It’s a change of season and with that uncertainty can visit. That doesn’t mean it has permission to drag us over into unhappiness.

Today my lovely, just trust the wait.

12 thoughts on “Trust the Wait

  1. I can accept uncertainty, life is definitely showing me this and how to live with it. Planning goes out the window. I have to take each day as it arrives and the flow of what will take place. I have so many unplanned changes at the moment also learning to follow my soul’s guidance on the day’s activities. Without a doubt everything works out. Especially when interacting with others for planned work their life has unplanned changes too, so the knock on effect goes on. E.g. workman had to take father to hospital so work was cancelled for the day.

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    1. Thank you! Haha…I’ve been pondering it on and off today and cannot recall! I’m guessing it had something to do with my divorce because of the date of the post, but you are so right my friend.

      What seems insurmountable at the time does pass. We get through it, learn from it and it makes us better because of it.


      1. Well that’s a pretty big trial! Haha. Just to add, I think people allow a lot of anxiety to build up so much because we can allow that trial to consume all of our reality. It’s as if life cannot go beyond what we’re facing, when odds are, it just might.

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