Patience vs Divine Timing

We all have something we’re waiting on. Something we’ve hoped for for months and sometimes even years. We grow impatient. We get angry. We do things out of our character for what we want.

Have you ever noticed, when you get the thing you want finally, it doesn’t seem as satisfying as you thought it would be? That’s probably because it wasn’t the time for it.

More often than not, as humans, as pleasure driven creatures, we grow impatient. Until recently we’ve been raised in a world that pushes for instant gratification. Things have become easier to access and obtain. We even expect a little more than what we bargained for.

Thinking out loud, as my own experience, I’ve noticed things are a lot more satisfying and “feel right” when they come into fruition organically. I’ve come to realize that divine timing is no joke. It’s there, its prevalent, and it knows more than you. It knows all the obstacles in your path and all the victories. It’ll adjust itself with ever change in your life. Divine timing isn’t here to please your every need. Divine timing is constantly working in your favour.

Realize that everything that needs to happen will happen. You will get what you deserve, either “good” or “bad.” Our only purpose is to remain true to ourselves and our path, and if we’re ever derailed from our path, divine timing will always push us back where we need to be. This is why its almost impossible to act like someone you’re not.

Personally, every time something “wrong” happens I try to engage with it. I try to understand what this moment and this situation is trying to teach me. Sometimes we just need to learn the lesson before we receive our gift. Sometimes we need to develop our skills and understanding before we receive that thing that we want.

Don’t rush what’s already yours. It’ll come when it’s the right time for you to have it. In the mean time, you have a whole life to enjoy.

Notice when you’re impatient and ask yourself “can I really handle what I’m trying to manifest?”

3 thoughts on “Patience vs Divine Timing”

  1. Your artwork is beautiful and your blog is inspirational. Thank you for posting. I know what you mean about having creative draughts. One of mine lasted over a decade. I’m still trying to break free of it. It’s hard work but I always feel so much better when I’m creating artwork.

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    1. Hello there! Thanks so much for your comment 😌 Creative draughts aren’t nice at all :/ Sometimes we just have to take the creativity comes, and when life is dull or too exciting it’s just not a priority. It’s ok, sometimes living is more important heh

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