I’ve shared before my struggles with learning to trust the universe to provide for me. Trust in general doesn’t come easy to me, but trusting that there is a divine force out there that will provide is even harder.
I’m also not by nature a risk-taker. Especially not in “practical” matters like finances or career choices.
And yet, I took the leap of quitting my job without another job in hand—or even in sight. I believed at the core of my being, without any proof at all, that I would be ok. If that’s not a leap of faith, I don’t know what is.
My last day at my current job is next Monday.That’s been planned for two and a months and officially on the books for a month.
Today I got a call with a job offer for a job that is better than anything I would have imagined getting to help me achieve my goals at this moment. There are so many little bonuses involved that I never could have planned for on my own—better pay than I’d hoped for, more flexibility, a great fit for my skills, and even benefits.
This job did not even exist when I made my decision. I had not even heard of it when I turned in my notice. The timing of both its appearance and the offer itself is perfect!
“When you have come to the edge of all the light you have
And step into the darkness of the unknown
Believe that one of the two will happen to you
Either you’ll find something solid to stand on
Or you’ll be taught how to fly!”
I did step into the darkness of the unknown. I have found something solid to stand on.
I am learning that the universe is infinitely more worthy of my trust than I could ever have imagined.
I am rejoicing! And I am grateful—for the job, for the incredible gift of it being more than I dreamed of, for the outpouring of abundance, and most of all for the assurance that I am being watched over and provided for even when I doubt.