To Everything There Is A Season Of Waiting

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As an artist on this earthly journey, I’ve learned patience. Now no one wants to deal with waiting but it’s a time of growth.  We don’t become mature without some hard or lean times to refine us in the fire.  So I’ve  worked on balance and not being so intense.  I used to have a mantra,  “why isn’t anything working the way I want it to be?”  Well, I just wasn’t ready for it.  For me, it was just to enjoy the process.  Things have a way to turning around when you least expect it.  Listening with my heart and not my head has released joy.   So why don’t you ramp it down a little bit and get more balance in your life.  Then the “season” of waiting will bring something magical in your life.

Please let me know if this has worked for you.

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8 Responses to “To Everything There Is A Season Of Waiting”

  1. Wow. I have to read this one everyday and work on that BALANCE!
    Great post!

  2. Another timely post from you Lori. The season of waiting. How true. I’m going through this right now and I must admit, I’m not enjoying the waiting part of this much, yet is is necessary.

    Thank you for sharing this. I really like your phrase, “the season of waiting” …it strikes a chord with me.

  3. Lori,
    I have been traveling most of the past mobnth and it has really made a dent in what I call my productivity. But it has also been a welcome break in the relentless momentum i demand of myself to give the level of service I like to give my clients. A visit with my 91 year old mother reminded me that there is a lot to life that requires slowing down and being present. To paraphrase Willima Blake, we need to experience both to understand each one.

  4. Lori,
    I have been traveling most of the past mobnth and it has really made a dent in what I call my productivity. But it has also been a welcome break in the relentless momentum i demand of myself to give the level of service I like to give my clients. A visit with my 91 year old mother reminded me that there is a lot to life that requires slowing down and being present. To paraphrase Willima Blake, we need to experience both to understand each one.

  5. Thanks all. I appreciate your comments.

  6. I like your blog and your art, Lori.

  7. ramp it down a little bit….love that ramp it down a little bit….ole’

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