Wow, talk about curve balls…
just when i’m pretty damn sure i’ve got it all figured out, life steps in to clearly assure me that it is time to stop figuring altogether and let go of this desperate need i seem to have to storyboard the ending of any situation in my life. it’s tough to see around a curved corner to know the result at the end of the toss.
This is a good thing
in spite of all i might like to think to the contrary in the moment, what i recognize and feel so much gratitude for is that i can let go of all that “worry”. the need to think about how things will work out, whether or not all the details will be taken care of, when you think about, the humor is blatant that i might actually have any level of control about those kinds of things. i wonder, did the “mighty casey” think it was a good thing when that third strike cleared home plate?
So why is this good?
the best thing i can say about that right now is that it relieves my poor little struggling ego from the responsibility of taking care of everything in the entire world that crosses my path at any level. Can you see how that is good? and more importantly–i can see and feel and breathe why letting go of that kind of wasted brain focus, opens my senses to so many more ways to learn things, to experience moments and to love life! it’s a wonder we never hear the story of “mighty casey” the brainsurgeon, homeroom school teacher or amazing dad…these are the powerful stories that have a way of working themselves out and making great impact in the lives of so many that are entirely outside of our control. with that in mind, i say it’s time to