I’m allowed to stumble.
Every morning I go for a walk to concentrate on my thoughts and connect with myself. Earlier this week I was focused more on where my life is going instead of where my feet were taking me and I tripped on a curb. After regaining my balance all I could do was laugh. Normally I would have laughed to cover up my embarrassment and then cursed at myself for being clumsy.
This time however, I laughed because I automatically made a different type of connection. My mind went straight to recognizing the fact that I stayed on my feet, and the coffee I was carrying all stayed in the cup. Small wins, but none the less they are still my wins and I recognize them. More importantly, I connected to the fact that although I stumbled, I still kept moving forward.
That’s life, we are going to stumble, we may even fall backwards and land on our ass a few times. That is okay because with the correct thought process we can learn from every situation. In sentence 2 of part 12, we read ‘Man is, because he thinks’, tie that into the sit exercise for this week where we are to come into full unity with our omnipotence and we cannot help but to create the habit of correct thinking, and thus, we grow towards being the best we can be.