Trust

Trust in the person you are becoming.

Trust you will be okay.

Trust that you are on a mission and won’t stop until it’s completed.

Trust in the love others give to you.

Trust that you are smart and can do anything you put your mind to.

Trust that you know what’s best for you.

Trust that you’re not alone on your journey.

Trust in the universe, and accept with open arms whatever it
gives you.

Trust there’s a reason for everything no matter how hard.

Trust you can live your life without your life living you.

And… above all else, trust in your dreams because one day they will become your reality.

“Trust yourself. Create the kind of self that you will be happy to live with all your life. Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement.”   ~ Golda Meir

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3 thoughts on “Trust

  1. Denise says:

    I hear Philip all time; “Have a little faith, mom. Just trust a little.” I’m so scared and it’s so hard; the pressure to find an apartment and a job, the grief; it gets all jumbled up. Trust is pretty much the answer. How do I get there? It’s on me.

    • Hi, Denise, thank you for visiting my blog. I think the only way to get through all of this is to surrender and let the universe take over. Close your eyes and take a deep breath and let your mind just relax. Each day is a new day for you to take baby steps in getting through each of the tasks you want to accomplish. Don’t look at them as problems. Ask for help in God, Angels, Guides–whatever you believe in. The main thing is to “Ask.” Grieving is ongoing, and each step is different. You just go with the flow and stay mindful. When you look at all that is now before you, it’s overwhelming. But if you just take one little piece at a time, it’s not so bad and you get through it without misery. I would listen to Philip because he is a very wise Spirit and he’s trying to help you through all of this. Just know that you’re not alone on this journey.

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