Do you consider yourself to be a person of your word? When one is worthy of one’s word they are trusted for what they say, they will do. So if someone asks you to do something for them and you agree and confirm you will do it, the other has no doubt that you will perform as you agreed. They count it done. They know they can count on you. Therefore, they give thanks telling you even before they can see the result that they appreciate your actions on their behalf. And in the meantime, as the idea rises in their mind, a smile comes to their face and their heart is grateful for they know all is well and you are working (in the unseen) on the project.
There is no doubt in their mind, even though their eyes do not see your action. They trust in you and your word which you have given to them. They do not summons you for another meeting and repeat their request. They do not call and say, “Oh, just in case you forgot I would like you to do this for me.” No, that is not the action of one whom trusts.
Instead, there may be a call or note of gratitude, expressing appreciation for your work. Or perhaps, they make a point to tell you how excited they are that you are creating something special per their request, how they know it will be so wonderful, beautiful and perfect for them. And as their own artistic vision is limited, they can not imagine what you will create. They only know and trust that it will exceed their dreams, as you have always proven to exceed expectations when given the power of full creative expression.
This is so for you, a creator of beautiful artistic visions, why, how could it ever be less than so for the Creator of all, we ask? We are told to trust, trust in the vision and creation of God on our behalf everyday. Give thanks that it is done.
Excerpted from the book
Listen Hear, A Divine Love Story
by Debra Clemente
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I'm a passionate fine art painter awakening to a deeper sense of purpose and connectedness with the universe everyday. This is a story of my journey. - Debra Clemente
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