Transition in life: What does that mean to us? It means many different things to many different people. It depends on what we are going through in our lives at the time.
For me, it means a whole new way of living. It means moving out of a city that I called home for many years. It means saying goodbye to people I love and will miss. It means saying goodbye to the old and hello to the new, which for some could mean a new and exciting adventure.
I, too, was ready for the adventure until it hit me. I then realized that I need to discover who and what I want out of life. It meant that I really had to look at me again! I thought after all that I had been through, do I have to do this again? Okay, God, what’s next?
I am not a religious person, but I am very spiritual in the aspect that I have a deep relationship with God. For me, it is very personal, and that is the only way I can communicate it.
I guess you have an idea as to where this is going!
Now that I have moved out of Miami, I find myself in a place that’s very peaceful but very unfamiliar. It’s a place that is so unfamiliar, yet so peaceful that it confuses me.
But that’s part of the transition stage. I believe that if we allow what is to be, we will find that the transition in life is all part of the bigger plan and it will unfold in perfect order. Okay, I said I am not religious, but I do know that if we surrender it will lead to our purpose that is in line with the perfect plan.
The plan that I have discovered in the transition is that we are not to know the plan, but to go along with the journey!
Transition In Life Is Not Easy, but necessary.
Transition in life is not an easy experience, but a very necessary one! For all of you that can relate to this, I send you much love, light, and blessings because I know that you are on the right track!
– Barbara (Insights Into Healing)
(Thanks to Jeff Lemlich for Editorial Assistance)
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