More confirmation in the art of just letting things be happened this week. The second wild orchid pod pushed its way open, without any help from me, not even a drop of water. This beautiful exotic plant had been forgotten in the garden after it shed its final bloom last year. I took it to the garden and tucked it underneath the shelter of a palm plant. And, as I shared in a recent blog, I caught a glimpse of purplish pink as I sat on the garden bench enjoying the morning sun. What joy to see that it had bloomed on its own, a gift from nature, just when I needed the message to let go.
So, if you're feeling like you have to do something to make something happen, sometimes the best thing we can do is just let nature take its course, unless otherwise directed. It's all part of a divine plan that is on schedule, teaching us patience as well as some other needed virtues, like humility, unconditional love, and forgiveness. Sometimes our desire to push things along, to do it my way, to force an issue, can thwart the growth and hold up the natural flow.
I'm so thankful for these sweet nature messages from the angels. Trust is at the very heart of each problem, and the answer is always Love. The angels remind me to relax, and know that God is in control and all is well in spite of appearances.
Enjoy your day with the angels.
Love and joyful blessings!