“You abide nowhere but in the infinitude of God’s presence. Mastery comes when finally you choose to release all attachment to fear. And in perfect surrender, you release the dream of the dreamer itself, and allow the mystery of Life to live you, without obstruction, without fear, in perfect knowledge that:
“I and my Father are one. There is nothing I have to do to get God. There are only some things to be released, so that God can get me.” (“The Way of Transformation,” WOM, Chapter 14, Page 177)
Ask what we need to do today so that God can have full rein in our lives, so that “God can get me.” He is waiting patiently, deep within, for the blessing of our saying, “I surrender to You.”
We need to “be willing to have it so,” an Eastern concept that means that we surrender to what life evolves for us. This doesn’t mean that we acquiesce to something bad; we can still choose to change things. But often we don’t need to change anything at all. God has everything in hand.
The “awful” thing that we want to turn from may, in fact, be a blessing in disguise. We never know, in our finiteness, for in this world we are limited in what we can know at any given time.
Trust in the future. Trust God to take things in hand, and us with those things.