I’m an aries so by nature I am a highly impatient person. One of the biggest lessons I’ve had to learn for myself is patience and embracing the age old truth, “What is meant to be, will be”.
During our lives, we all have our dreams and goals and aspirations. If you are anything like me, you spent many hours in childhood dreaming about all the things you would do when you were a grown up. And considering the fact that I grew up in Minnesota, I had many days, weeks, and months where I was snowed in and could do nothing more than use my imagination to visualize my life ahead.
It may sound stifling, but actually, the months of snow and cold in Minnesota really has made me appreciate the power and magic of spring. It was always in the spring where I could go out into the world and really put action into all those dreams that I had spent the winter quietly meditating on.
And springtime, as by mother nature’s design, is the time for planting seeds (or dreams in this case), so I, by default learned to work with the season’s natural flow to bring my dreams to fruition. It is so important that we respect the flow of life. Remember there is a time for rest and a time to plant and a time to harvest – especially when it comes to our dreams.
And above all it is so helpful to remember that if you’ve planted your finest seeds, nurtured them well with love and care, stayed positive and optimistic, then you have done your part in the circle of dreams. After that, it is up to destiny because it is true: what is meant to be will be.
The funny thing is, 9 times out of 10, what is meant to be is far, far greater than anything you ever could have imagined- even during the longest of winters. #trustlife