The Success in Learning to Surrender
When we learn to surrender to the process, we can find a great advantage over attachment to a rigid course.
Most plans start with intentions, priorities, and outcomes.
Some are successful, some aren’t.
When things don’t roll out as expected, try surrendering to it rather than holding onto your original plans.
Then, adjust your path to your desired destination from that point – there are many ways to get from point A to B.
This will make you a bit more fluid with the unknown and to those things that are out of your control.
Generally speaking, things usually work out for me when I am able to surrender.
Often, things work out better than expected.