The new year is upon us and per usual; everything is well. I’m still working on my goals of bettering myself in all aspects of my life. I have a nice little flow going on for the most part. Even when my positivity cup runneth over most days, I still have moments where I’m trying to keep myself from freaking out. Real shit. It is moments like these, where I have to decide if I should let the frustration of a temporary situation take over. Or I let my faith help keep me grounded.
Good things take time. Yes, we’ve all heard this before and there is some truth to it. And with that being said, we are not always trying to hear it though. I am no exception. My lack of patience sometimes gets the best of me. I have some things and such I’m waiting on and according to my ego, they’re not coming soon enough, hence the frustration. My most recent frustration stems from the amount of time it’s taken to find a decent part-time job or PRN position that would fit around my schedule. Sure, a year from now I’ll getting ready to start my first job as an RN, but right now I have a car note, cell phone bill, health insurance and other things that need to be tended to.
My faith and trust in divine timing are some of the things keeping me going and preventing from taking the frustration of what I’m currently dealing with out on others as well as myself. I shouldn’t stress or worry because I know that position for me is right around the corner. I try my best to stay positive even if situations aren’t always ideal to my standards. It’s not always easy. Sometimes I have to pray and ask God and the Angels to send me some positive energy and guidance. After that, I give myself no choice but to let it go.
A friend told me once, ” Faith is not seeing with your eyes, faith is knowing with your intuition, with your heart, with your mind.” She didn’t tell any lies. Even if I don’t always see what I want in front of me right then and there, I know that if it’s meant for me it is on it’s way. As I stated before, sometimes good things take time. And while those wonderful things are heading my direction, I’ll be sure to take care of myself and keep the faith.