I bought a pair of earrings when I was in Los Angeles last month. Nothing extraordinary about that. In fact, as I once told my mother when she asked if I didn’t have enough earrings, “There is no such thing as enough earrings!”
I liked my new earrings and was disappointed when I packed to return to Las Vegas because I couldn’t find one of the earrings. I didn’t panic, thinking it might have caught on something and would be in my suitcase when I arrived home. It wasn’t. Nor was it where I had been staying.
It was a puzzlement, but I had a sense that the earring would turn up. What I wasn’t expecting is that I found the earring this morning at Unity Center on the floor of the back row in the sanctuary. It had come apart, but everything was there!
How did this happen?
I cannot think of any rational explanation of how my earring got here from Los Angeles. All I can do is remember that nothing is ever lost. As we focus on this truth and open ourselves to infinite possibility, the seemingly impossible will happen.
Where might you be liming your good because you are not open to the realm of infinite possibility?
For the next 30 days, I invite you to believe in the “impossible” and open yourself in body, mind, and spirit to the Infinite. When you do, you’ll be amazed at what good will show up in your life.