The Good Partner
This summer I was accepted into a three-year mentoring program with Richard Moss, whose teaching has touched me deeply. Our first assignment, writing a six-page autobiography, offered a rich opportunity to reflect on my life. Here's a thought that arose during that exercise.
In my experience, the universe does not provide our deepest desires on a silver platter. It partners with us, abundantly and generously, offering each of us endless opportunities to learn, to grow, and to do the work necessary for receiving and achieving our heart's desire.
We are loved – unconditionally, mercifully, tenderly and fiercely. We are, indeed, well-fed.
Still, we have to chew our own food.