the way of things

as of late: the things that have worked out are those i decided to just let go. once i removed my focus, and stopped worrying about the outcome, these matters seemed to resolve themselves within a short time.

i am truly understanding what is often required is the ability to let things be. i trust each thing that comes, no matter its initial appearance, is simply in its divine season--the natural universal flow that brings just what is needed.


Lisa said...

Ah, this post brings me to one of the best pieces I've advice I've ever been given -- when in doubt, don't.

iyan and egusi soup: said...


"when in doubt, don't."
how wise. i think because our world generally measures success by the things we "do" most of us are afraid to just "be".

Lisa said...

You are so right. Our culture had me in such a "do something, even if it's wrong" mindset that for a long time, if something wasn't quite right, my instinct was that I had to -- do something. My late father was the one who gave me that advice -- when in doubt, don't -- and it's been so powerful for me. The idea that often, the best thing to do is nothing has been useful more times than I can say.

Carleen Brice said...

The way of things, the flow, is quite wonderful for me right now. My task, a hard one for me, is not to question it, not to look for the lead lining in the silver cloud. Thanks for the reminder! Blessings.

iyan and egusi soup: said...

hi carleen!

i'm happy to hear you're in the flow.