Sunday, August 10, 2008

BE BRAVE: Post 13: Surrender On Sacred Life Sunday


Sometimes there are things that happen that are so hard that all we can do is surrender. That is what happened to me this weekend. I am working on carrying on, and my challenge is to hold steady a brave core inside and to remain calm, stable, and trusting in the Universe to take care of me and of those I love.

11 comments:

thailandchani said...

Yes, you are correct. This is time to trust the process.

I'm in your corner.

~*

Lori-Lyn said...

I'm in your corner, too.

Patti said...

And me!

All things must pass. Take a breath and swim through.

xx

Jessie said...

I'm catching up with you this morning and, oy vey! I am hoping that everything is ok. This is a very ominous post with an even more ominous photos. You're a strong cookie, Miss Olivia. But please know that I am sending buckets of love (and eventually some puppy kisses) your way!

Rick Hamrick said...

Batten down the hatches, tie yourself to the wheel, and ride it out, O!

You can do this.

Kikipotamus said...

My thoughts and prayers are with you, Olivia. Surrender IS the only way. I'm thick headed and it's taking me a LONG time to get that, but I know it's true.

Kate I said...

I'm here sending love and support to you Olivia. My mantra at times like this is "I'm safe in the arms of love" and I envision myself wrapped and held in angel wings. There have been many a night that I've fallen asleep with the knowledge that an angel was lying beside me, holding me in the arms of love.

You'll come through this, stronger than ever.

Jane said...

Sending you some love and light. When I go through these stretches of time, I have to literally just focus on the next 5 minutes ahead. That's it. Surrender is good. That's all we can do when things get big and out of control.

laundrygirl said...

thinking of you.
hang in there...

CrystalChick said...

Hope you are alright and will be seeing some good days very soon! Hang in there and continue to be brave. Hug, Mary

Olivia said...

Thank you, my wonderful friends. I read your comments repeatedly over these last five days of what I call "my ordeal". They sustained me. Love, O