by Stefany J. Jones on Thursday, July 27, 2020, at 1:00 pm
It’s been exactly ten days since my last entry. Sometimes you just have to step back and take stock of what is going on in your life. What you are using as your motivating force for why you do what you do, why do you allow certain people to occupy time and thoughts in your life…what have you determined as your life’s purpose…these are the questions I have been asking myself over the last ten days.
When I stopped to take a look at all that was going on, the one thing it caused me to do was to reflect upon the past of what roads, decisions, detours, and ‘jams’ got me to the present. I learned that I have been through my fair share of ENOUGH IS ENOUGH, and the culmination of the CLOSE OF THE OLD was in effect and THE NEW shortly on the horizon.
It is with the reflection of what was and is, that I can see my thinking and now that clarity is presenting itself, I see that the mirrored reflection of who I see, the me I see, is not through the fixed “looking glass” that I thought it was. I am not the product of who I used to be or even what I’ve been through…this reflection that I have been looking at is a window.
A picture window of the most beautiful view I have ever seen in my life. Now that I’ve stopped REFLECTING, now that resolution and forgiveness have taken its place, now that clarity is finding its way to my spirit because instead of being pre-occupied with the WHY, I am currently only concerned with the WHAT WILL YOU HAVE NEXT FOR ME TO DO??? HOW CAN I MAKE MORE OF A DIFFERENCE???
Now that those questions have taken priority over anything and everything else, I see that what I THOUGHT was the looking glass had been the window of opportunity the entire time. I just needed to correct my vision and put things into focus.
Now that things are in focus, I am in alignment; purpose continues to manifest itself, the view from here becomes greater and greater. The resources become plentiful, the love vibrations from others becomes more significant, and the reflection of what is brought before me is comparable to the growth that has been taking place within me all this time.
I love who I see when the picture window of all is to come slightly reflects who I have become. I love what it is I see to come when I look through the picture glass window. I see now that what I see of what is to come, is what has always been, and will always be.