I don’t know if you made formal resolutions this New Year’s and don’t know how important those are. Yet it was important that I resolved years ago that I wanted my life to be a love story. The journey starts more with faith and resolve than ability. It begins by taking the risk of really opening to the music of Divine Love as a way of life. Here’s an excerpt from the main book about how the rest that works can help us live that out from conception to reality:
“GOD WANTS YOUR LIFE to be a love story. That's great news, but we tend to misunderstand what it means. We tend to think it's about finding the perfect person, stage, music, career, cash flow or something like that. Those are vital parts of any person's story but not the central storyline. The movement of spirit coming from your heart writes your storyline. Since your heart stems from God, it wants to stay centered and rooted in the Creative Spirit Behind and Within All of Life. Your soul yearns to be in a state of love with God so it can reach out sincerely, lovingly and creatively with its Creator. Jesus did that amazingly well. That is a big part of why I follow him. I want my story to align with the love in his.
Particular people, other living beings and places are part of God's plan for us. They are not merely role-players or stage props. People are meant to be cherished, living beings treasured, and things honored. That's the bottom line for evaluating our lives— the creative love leading us. We were created out of a Love that is always looking to weave and expand loving connections. God never expected us to be able to do that alone.”
When I open myself to Heavenly Help through the rest that works, it’s there. Feeling for it is a practice and it’s often messy but it works. The process gets me back into feeling love so I can work, play and create out of love. That always feels better.
More power to you in living your storyline from your heart. Thanks for journeying together.
 Daniels, Scott (2015-06-29). The Rest that Works: Living a Life of Loving Mindfulness (pp. 27-28). RTW Press: An Imprint of Rider Green Book Publishers. Kindle Edition.