For me, trust is the most important thing in life. Without trust there is no calm, no friendship, no love, no fulfilment.
One day there was a woman who always felt very rich. There was enough, her life was beautiful, she lived in paradise. She was like the sunshine, always shining and laughing.
Then one day, suddenly something changed. She became precarious. She had to take care for two little children. She realised that the children needed new clothes each year and needed good organic food that was very expensive. She realised that sports, arts and all kinds of things where very important for the development of the children.
And would you like to know how it ended? The phone was ringing and ringing and a big shop came in, at once she earned a lot of money. And this was happening several times, therefore she thought the angels must be helping me. And so they were. She thanked the universe and told herself every day that there was enough all the time.
She became rich again, not a millionaire, but there was enough for everything she needed and wanted to do, for good food, a good house, beautiful clothes, money for travelling. And the children had a cosy warm smiling mother. Everybody who wanted to have dinner with them could share the table and have a lovely meal.
TRUST is the most important thing to realise a happy and fulfilling life. Trust in yourself and in the universe. Know that abundance is meant for everybody, nobody excluded.
Every where I see that I must surrender my personal control, let go, give it away, TRUST.
But the real question is who am I to trust in, who will take control of my life, or more particularly, whom will I surrender to with simple humility. Each of us will have our own understanding of “Who” it is. For me it is God, my beloved, and my best friend. For me the decision has been made and I have found that surrender is glorious. Surrender has brought me so close to my beloved that I want for nothing else.
Could it be that surrender and trust is the essential ingredient to all successful relationships?