Another Day of Lessons

Life is no respecter of persons – we each have a our daily share of lessons to learn, challenges to face and so on. This is a good thing. Each lesson is specifically and uniquely designed to accommodate its recipient/student. The Overseer (God) of our lives knows exactly which life experience works for our individual good. From the backed up traffic on an important day, to the long lines that never cease at making us wait – the lesson points to what’s happening on the inside of us.

At other times unknown to us, the things that seem to be delayed are working for our good too – we may never know how many “near misses” have been avoided.

Spiritual & personal development is always in pursuit of us, we merely need pursue that which pursues us.

When our love for God is the prerequisite for living and being, be assured, “All things are working for our good”. See Romans 8:28
What does it mean to love God? In part it means that we’re willing to seek His guidelines and principals for daily living, bringing them to the forefront of our intents.

Can we love God and make mistakes? All we have to do is look at ourselves and the choices that we make in order to get the answer for that one. “…least we forget how fragile we are.” ~Sting

Our conscious surrender to the One Who is in charge of all, directs our path in ways that are beneficial for our overall good. “I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go, I will counsel you with My loving eye on you.” ~Psalm 32:8 (NLT)

As you prepare for another day, remember that each encounter is a lesson. You may or may not get its meaning on impact, but if you’re open & willing to learn – paying attention to your own responses & reflexes – you will indeed learn.

What’s your assignment today?

Be prepared to take notes, ask questions and be ready to answer them.

Live wise and live well. ~Storm

7 thoughts on “Another Day of Lessons

  1. Stormie, thank you for this and commenting on my post today. While I was writing my post my dearest friend passed to the other world. Loss is a very powerful lesson one that hits home for everyone. But I will smile and be happy for the lessons I learned through our friendship that will never dissolve.
    Thank you also for following my blog giving me encouragement to keep posting. This is how we honor those we can no longer see but feel their presence around us.

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    1. Beautifully stated Barra. Many thoughts and prayers regarding your friend.

      I too appreciate you – your words and the visions of your heart…shared through your blog.

      Blessings of peace envelop you~


  2. Strong post! The opening line is exactly what I was needing to read. It’s striking who we are drawn to what reaches us. Thank you Storm for shining light to the simplicity of things.


    1. It is both humbling and encouraging to know that you have been touched by something I’ve shared. We each play a significant part in the arena of touching and inspiring others. Thanks always for your visit. 🙂


  3. Thank you for this excellent reminder! When we see life experiences as lessons (especially negative ones), it keeps our mind correctly focused. We avoid focus on the negative, keeping our thoughts and feelings positive and thankful, thus resulting in the highest personal vibration 🙂


    1. Hi – I appreciate you taking the share your insights Joe! You are correct…”When we see life experiences as lessons…it keeps our minds correctly focused.” 🙂

      Life is the classroom…our experiences are our assignments. ~Storm


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