Colliding With Destiny
“Life really is generous to those who pursue their destiny.”
When you walk with purpose you collide with destiny. The problem is, we don’t know when that destiny moment may be. We are too quick, too impatient, and too fearful about the stuff that doesn’t matter. So much so, that we can’t be available to those moments that do.
The brilliant psychologist, Naim Akbar, PhD. said that we must ask ourselves on a daily basis, “Why, me, here now?”
This simple question, once posed is an invitation for the Universe to open itself to you, revealing the desires, opportunities and truth that lie in the everyday mystery/miracles.
Destiny is never one-sided. It is not only for you. While purpose is about your individual call to God; destiny is a response to you and the collective.
If a something is just for you, it’s something you took, earned, or found. A blessing must multiply more than once. It will affect your immediate community and then the world.
The question of, “Why, me here now,” requires that you not just ask, but that you act. You must look for ways to apply the purpose of your life to the needs of others and when you do, a sea of possibility opens up.
I seek my purpose, I walk with purpose, I collide with Destiny. Amen
Coming soon, Walking With Purpose, Colliding With Destiny
Bertice Berry, PhD.