Dr. Wayne Dyer has a new book called “I Can See Clearly Now”. Wayne is seventy two years old looking back at the events in his life that got him to where he is today. Wayne spent ten years in foster homes and his life had many trials and disappoints that he did not see as positive events.
Wayne Dyer looked at each event in his life and what took him from one path to another. He believes that there are no accidents and that all things happen for a reason.
I ask “What positive reason could the death of my loved one serve?” It’s hard to accept that Donnie’s death could put me on a new path for a reason that would be clear to me years later.
It has been over six years since Donnie’s death and the first two years I was adrift without a path to follow. My future as I had planned it was gone and there was not going to be a happy ever after retirement with my loved one. It wasn’t until I found a new path and a passion for something that I believed in that I was able to accept where my journey was leading me.
You need to grieve, but there will come a time when you will either make a positive decision to follow your new path or you will continue to hold on to a path that is no longer there. Years later I can now say that “I Can See Clearly Now” and understand my journey is no accident. I have learned to live this life with a positive mindset – living in the moment and not focusing on the past or the future.
Expect the best from life and you will be more open to increase, good breaks and people being kind to you. You are a victor and not a victim in the creation of your life. You have to believe it in faith before you see it – set your mind to seeing a positive and not a negative life ahead of you.