When’s the last time you asked yourself what’s the best possible thing that could happen? I’m smiling as I write this. This morning, as I prepared to post on LinkedIn, a piece on trusting God, I journaled. Journaling is my way of communicating with God and yes, He answers.
As I journaled about writing a LinkedIn post, something I never did before, I was about to write, what’s the wor . . . I am sure you can finish the word. It’s the opposite of this post’s title. And I stopped and laughed. Why would I want to write out anything except All the Good Things Possible if I post? There could be so many! I set up my note paper to write a list of 20. As I psychic medium, I know everything always works out.
So often we prepare ourselves for the worst instead of putting out the intention of expecting and experiencing the best. I am glad I went with the positive. And guess what? I am happy and productive. I posted on LinkedIn, Facebook and have this blog post finished by 9:03 am. Lots of good things happened already today by asking the question, What’s the Best Possible Thing that Could Happen? Next up, figure out how to post the All Good Things List, call the accountant and continue to write.
Hoping you, too, look for the best possible things!
It’s Monday of the week of Thanksgiving. You can start Black Friday shopping, the biggest commercial sales event of the year, at a variety of places already, preparing for the next holiday. My heart is full today. Today is a great place to be.
Today, I meditated to a free AP, Insight Timer, information shared with me by a friend. I particularly like Moving Kundalini Meditation by Shakti Sutriasa. The same friend receives an email with my gratitude list, sometimes 2 different lists, a day.
I listened to my new favorite song today, Have It All by Jason Mraz, which I heard in a public restroom for the first time this weekend. There was a waitress in the restroom who encountered me standing there delighted to my toes, taking it in. “Have you heard this?” I asked.
“Three times,” she said, “Over the speakers here,” she gestured up, although she did not know the name of it. I Googled the refrain and then returned to the table although I had already said my goodbyes. I played it for the two friends who remained at the table. I shared it on my Facebook Page, firstname.lastname@example.org because it’s brilliant, loving and wonderful. Thank you, Jason Mraz, for sharing your gift.
There is so much in this life; love, loss, sorrow, grief, happiness, hope, laughter, loneliness, contentment, achievement and gratitude. I have the privilege of hearing grief journeys in my work every day. I have been given a great gift, to know there is so much more to life than there is here, and it is available to all of us. Those who connect with their loved ones have the courage to walk their grief journeys and live their lives to the best of their abilities, knowing more.
Love lives on. I feel it in my meditation. I know it through my work. I feel and know it in my home and family. My heart is full, spilling love. Embracing life, living life, with all of you, having the courage to accept life and sometimes love it, flaws and all. I am thankful today, to be able to share the journey.