Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Don't Be In A Hurry. It Takes Time to Heal.
There is a period of one to two earth years that humans are to refrain from making big decisions. It’s because you don’t always make the best decisions when you are grieving. Those who make decisions in haste often live to regret them. You must move through the time of suffering, strengthening your faith and being willing to grow through the grief in order to be able to see things differently. As you grow, your blind faith will continue to open your eyes. You will see everything in a whole new light when you come out the other side of grief.
Then you will be able to make very good decisions for yourself, better than ever, because of what you learned.
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