My emotions go from outrage to hope and back again to outrage. Add in some fear and panic and one could say that I am nestled comfortably atop the merry-go-round.

Believing that each and every circumstance I face–whether it seems to be good or not at the time–can offer me something greater than I might understand, I attempt each day to hold the light on opportunity.  I may not see the opportunity right now, but I trust that it does exist.

Yesterday,I came across a journal entry from earlier this year that reminded me of my personal power and choice–“your power comes from your willingness to be vulnerable”.  Being vulnerable and allowing myself to accept any and all perceived limitations within myself and my situation will indeed create power.

With that, I expect the merry-go-round to slow and the whirling view to cease so that I can see the opportunities show up.




2 thoughts on “Merry-go-round

  1. Just wanted to say I am thinking of you…am horrified by these cuts and the impact it will have on you and those in your situation…but knowing that empowerment is there in the opportunities that you will seek.

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