Your basket is filling up, but don’t put everything all in one basket. Make sure you save some seedlings for planting, put some away for safe keeping, use some for what needs to be taken care of, and keep some for a little fun too. The fun is equally important, as it spreads abundance around and encourages new things to grow.
When you hold everything tightly in your fists, you will eventually get tired of holding on to it. Or your grip will become so tight that you squeeze things so tight they slip between your fingers and become lost. Or worse, you will kill it.
You must trust in that the Divine Universe around you is taking care of you. Don’t hold on so tightly that you become tired and warped with anger and frustration that you lose sight of what’s already in front of you.
Don’t panic and remain calm. Do what needs to be done and stop running away. No you can’t fix every problem. No you can’t make others do what YOU want them to do. Everyone has to do their part and when they don’t, things may change. But in the long run, they may change for the better. At least for you.
Let lose your grip, lean back on the boat and relax the oar. Let the flow of the river take you to where you need to be, so you can put the gloom of the storm behind you. You’re going to be ok.
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