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PHOTOGRAPHY & BLOG: FRANCE THERIAULT
Patience is a virtue, dear one. Post-concussion recovery, or the Pandemic life we’ve been experiencing over the last two years, is inviting us to remain open to accept or tolerate the endless changes coming our way exercising our virtuous patience attribute.
Patience is described as the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble or suffering without getting upset or angry.
Words which are associated with patience include tolerance, resignation, fortitude, lenience, perseverance, and determination.
It seems most of us impatiently desire to have our dreams, our goals delivered immediately or almost instantly.
We may lose faith and trust because it is not tangibly happening according to our timing.
I am here to tell you a secret: amazing things are happening in the unseen in order to deliver the best for you.
I have seen it over and over. The surprising unfolding!
Sometimes it is very difficult to believe it will unfold as we desire, and not everything will be 100 per cent correct according to our wishes.
What I know for sure is by holding on tenderly and gently to my visions, and staying on course with small action steps as well as keeping my thoughts on elevated frequency (positive thoughts ) are the best ways to allow my desires to come true.
Being appreciative for what I have, being grateful for all the progress and experiences I had so far are a magnet for my future asks.
Just because it’s taking time, doesn’t mean it’s not happening.
A great reminder to have close in mind dear one.
It’s on it’s way!
Do you believe it?
You can follow France on Instagram @Standingbyyourside65 where she shares inspirational stories and insights of living a beautiful and meaningful life eight years after having a Traumatic Brain Injury from a cycling accident.