Friday, July 15, 2011

one day at a time

Serenity. Serenity now. Serenity

I keep* telling myself... serenity 

With the end of July quickly slowly creeping up, I have what seems like a never-ending to-do list. I have to keep myself calm and sane. 

Let's be real. Anyone who has ever moved (twice in the last 10 months) knows just how stressful it can be. I have loads on my mind and the reality of what all needs to be accomplished. And it sure feels like the list continues to grow.
One of the biggest things that is making everything so much more difficult is : my career. 
I am giving up a job here in DC, one of which I absolutely adore. I have grown such a strong relationship with my accounts and I hate to say goodbye. Positions I am currently in do not come along often and it is taking a lot, a lot to walk away from this opportunity.

I do however have strong hopes and the belief that something equally as fabulous and great will present itself. I'm exuding confidence, faith, and maybe with a little help of my family and friends and their support and prayers. (that it'll all work out as it should and everything will* be okay)

It has always been that* uncertainty of a situation that is most difficult for me. The lack of control. The unknown. That* is the scary part.

I do* begin the next step of my journey with a renewed faith and confidence in myself. I am stronger, wiser and know that I am destined for great things. 

Even when I know the answers to something.. I always need confirmation. I need to know things will be okay. I want the assurance that it'll all work out..

I know it will. It always does. 

But until all the puzzle pieces are assembled, I have to continue to silently (and sometimes out loud) tell myself: serenity. serenity now.

God grant me the serenity 
to accept the things I cannot change; 
courage to change the things I can;
and wisdom to know the difference.


Lily said...

Good luck with your path to satisfaction through renewed faith...I find that belief and trust in God is essential to having a happy, fulfilled and content existence regardless of bumps in the road.


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