Tuesday, September 22, 2009

The Lord works in mysterious ways. He is continually letting me know that I am not in control, to the point of breaking me. Things I thought as important are being reduced to mere evil necessities. Items I never thought would happen are imminent. In losing myself I am finding it. And in spite of the amazing blessings that are headed our way, I am scared to death.


  1. Hi Shamree-Just want you to know that I am praying for you even though I don't know what is going on. I have been ever since your post about stress with colleagues and disappointment there. Take care hon! -Kendra

  2. Shamree, I hope everything is okay. You definitely have me curious. We need to talk soon. Thanks again for the fun concert last weekend. I had a blast!
    I also wanted to let you know that I nominated you for a Kreativ Blog award. Check out my blog to see what it's all about.

  3. Shamree,
    I had quoted Chopra a couple days ago about uncertainty freeing us from the past and past conditioning, I think of the disciples in the storm and Jesus walks on the water bidding Peter to join him. It is during the storms in life, the uncertainty, and the unexpected that we have opportunities to experience the miraculous. I am becoming more convinced that all the answers to all our prayers, needs and desires have already been given, that God has set in place the answers and the processes to receive his generous bounty, and we need only learn how to live. Jesus pointed out that the flowers and the birds do not toil, that God provides all for them, it is the same for us all we need, all we desire is provided and we connect with this not through toil, work and effort but like the flowers and birds by just being. We meet God in the gap, those quiet moments of silence between our thoughts, “Be still and know that I am God” when we cease our thoughts and in that moment of silence, we connect to unlimited potentiality which is to say God. Our hearts, our spirit connect to the living God, no words need express our worries or concern, and we need only connect. This has helped me reframe my experience during times of uncertainty, seeing them as opportunities to connect to the unbounded potential of God.