I DO WHAT IS MINE TO DO, AND THEN I LET GO.
I am grateful for the gift of discernment that helps me realize when to hold on—when to keep trying, planning, working—and when to let go.
There is time for the activity of the world, and there is time for the activity of Spirit. My task is to recognize when I have reached the limits of my efforts. With a full heart and a clear mind, I feel complete in my work. I release the need for outcomes and desires and know that all will be resolved in its time.
I am grateful to give my concerns, my plans, and even my dreams over to the Divine within, that part of me that is one with God. I give thanks for divine order and the peace of mind it gives me. I let go and let God, grateful that the Divine moves through me and expresses as me.
Cast all your anxiety on him, because he cares for you.—1 Peter 5:7