Ebb and Flow of Life

Huddled deep on the coast of the sea islands, we are surrounded by beautiful bodies of water here in Beaufort, SC. On a day like today I stopped to admire nature’s beauty, its systematic synchrony and perfect rendition of colorful harmony. First to grab my attention, the true blue of the body of water that surrounds us, and the peaceful ebb and flow of its very existence.

Upon the motions of the current, the rhythmical pattern of coming and going, the decline and regrowth, are etched captions of similar lessons in lifeWhether in relationships, business, finances, sports, there must be an ebb and a flow, release in order to receive, a reciprocation that must remain in order for continuum – movement to take place.

I am reminded during this time, that to everything there is a season, to everything there is a flow, a purpose, a definition, a divine appointment in the vast circulation of time. That within all of life and all of nature, there are many examples of lessons taught and lessons to be learned if, we would just take time between the ebb and the flow of our daily grind to consciously acknowledge them.

In that space of time or mindful moment be sure to include prayer or words of empowerment. I chose the following words during my time of reflection: Asah (pronounced aw-saw) – when opportunities come to light and prayers are answered, descend upon me, let your looking eye and seeing heart be my guide. Let a time of peace be my portion daily, so that what you had set according to divine connectedness and original intent, will be my portion.  Se-lah

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