“Where you are is exactly where you’re supposed to be. You are here.”
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You Are Here
In life and in recovery we can sometimes feel like we aren’t where we are supposed to be. Everyone has that idea at some point in their life of where they think they should be, but if we rush our days we forget to enjoy the ride – the journey of our life.
You worthy of amazing things and you are good enough in all aspects and areas of your life. Usually when we try to rush to that “thing” we think will make us happier (career, car, house, partner, etc…) and we lose sight of the blessings and gifts we already have.
Things come in time into our lives exactly when they are supposed to. Provided that we don’t try to control, arrange, and rush the process. You are here for a reason, so be patient and let time have it’s places so that those amazing things that are happening for you can happen as they should.
When we lose sight that there is a beautiful plan for us, we tend to feel like we struggle more than we need to. Ever go after something so hard and with such force that after you finally obtained it. Only then do you realized it wasn’t something you wanted after all? Yet you did everything in your power and manipulated everything you could possibly manipulate to get it.
When we go with the flow, trust in a higher power, and allow the process to unfold the way it is supposed to, we find in the end of each chapter in our life how it fits into a bigger and greater plan than we could have ever imagined.
You Are Exactly Where You Are Supposed To Be
Your time will come as it is already coming. Whatever your true dreams are will come into fruition when it’s the perfect time for you. Be patient and remember that you are exactly where you are supposed to be all is well in the universe.
Just for today, I will focus on my blessing; continue to dream while also enjoying the process of my life.
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