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As I get older, I realize that many of my
most painful moments, could now,
in retrospect, be considered blessings
in disguise. Since such a determination
requires hindsight, we must muddle
through. In the end, as the note conveys,
our best strategy may be to repeat our
affirmative prayers, step back, and then,
let it be.
A blessing in disguise is often hard
to fathom, especially when consequences
or circumstances present no clear
distinction – when our desires appear
thwarted, our hopes dashed, plans stalled,
our dreams set asunder.
There we often sit transfixed –waiting
and wondering why fate, providence, or
possibly, just bad luck – has ransacked
our future, leaving us bewildered and
As we resist the advice to, “see the
good in it,” or “through the veiled
disguise,” perhaps consider a
moratorium, suspending speculation
or halfhearted effort, taking the time
to refocus, reframe, and repeat our
original prayerful incantation, then
stepping back with expectation, belief,
and let it be.
With Love, G.