They say timing is everything.
There are times things which happen after the fact.
Some things seem to occur way too early.
Other things happen in what we consider due time.
But what do we know of other people’s timing?
These daffodils bloomed mid-February, what I consider way too early for this part of the states. We’ve had some extremely cold weather, even snow flurries a few times. They survived fifty-five mile an hour winds with the storm a few nights ago. The yellow blooms radiate in last year’s garden of drab, dead foliage. On this gray day I look out the window and see the little suns in the garden smiling at me.
Who am I to tell the daffodils they arrived too early for the spring party? They bring such joy perhaps their timing is perfect.
Sometimes the universe lines things accordingly and our efforts are met with open arms and hearts.
When there is something you need to do and keep procrastinating, perhaps it’s your heart telling you it isn’t time yet.
When you’ve failed at something, maybe it doesn’t mean your idea wasn’t good, but your timing was off. If your heart leads to try again, maybe the universe has everything in alignment.
Only you know the timing of your soul. Follow your instincts and bring forth your warmth to radiate the world like those early daffodils.