Today, as I was driving home, behind someone who was going below the speed limit, I felt a bit irritated or better, that I wanted to go faster, much faster!
Once they slowly turned onto a different street, my relief was short-lived when I found myself behind someone else who was driving below the speed limit.
The moment I noticed my irritation quickly rise, words came to me that I’ve heard before, “Everything is as it should be.” At that moment, I felt present; not trying to be in a hurry to get to my destination, as opposed to feeling that my real life wouldn’t happen until I arrived.
Those words reminded me that we are not the makers of our destiny and there is a natural and intended flow of time. And when we follow our destiny magic happens.
What is Divine intervention?
My heart tells me that each living creature is an aspect of Divinity, blessed with their own unique gifts. When we bless others with our gifts, we become whole and not separate as we often feel. Each act of giving is Divine intervention.
I am blessed to have gifts that I love to share with others. I have an innate ability to draw, paint and mentor others to use their innate artistic abilities. I also have a gift to reflect others’ wisdom when I give intuitive readings. I feel very grateful to have built a career using my talents.
When life is tough or challenging, we need to remember what our gifts (talents) are, for when we gift from our heart, joy abounds and at that very moment, we are in touch with our connection to Divinity.
The root of the word destiny comes from destine, and its root is, STAND. In the etymology of the word stand are the words; to set, be placed. The synonym of destiny is FATE and in its root is, “to speak: see FAME”. The root of the word fame is also, to speak. The root of Divine is Deity. The root of deity is, God and its root is, to gleam, shine.
Time to stand, speak and shine!
Have a blessed day,
 Webster’s New World College Dictionary, Copyright © 2005 by Wiley Publishing, Ind. Cleveland, Ohio