“With all the spiritual seeking and hustle-bustle of self-improvement and personal growth, we tend to lose sight of the bigger picture – that everything is unfolding as it must, that we are playing our role perfectly, on track and on time. This transcendental statement doesn’t mean that life will always turn out the way we want or think it should; it only serves as a reminder to relax, to take a slow, deep breath (right now) – to accept and make the best of the life we are given.
So above all be gentle with yourself; you are doing the best you can, for now, within your current capacities and awareness. The moment we begin to trust our life as it unfolds, we resign as General Manager of the Universe. And in this not knowing comes an acceptance of ourselves as we are, even as we naturally evolve, through time and circumstance, into who we may be.”
Dan Millman, in “Living on Purpose”
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