What if I forgot to iron the tablecloth?

By Lynne Cory

What if I “always” bring on my own stress by how I respond to situations? What if I am having a party and everything must be perfect, handmade food, a perfect table setting, polished silver, fresh flowers, clean windows, etc.? What if I make it so perfect that by the time my guests arrive I am so tired that I can hardly wait until they leave? What if I bought some food, used paper plates and joined the party and we all had a great time? What if they did not come to visit my house?

What if the policeman gave me a message?

By Lynne Cory

What if I got a ticket for driving while on my cellphone but the real message was to listen to my inner wisdom instead of calling on others? What if I got a ticket for speeding and the message was to slow my life down a bit or a ticket for not paying attention to street signs and I am to pay better attention to the signs all around me?

What if you can’t kid a kidder?

By Lynne Cory

What if there is no kidding in kidding and everything that we do or say to another is about 98% serious?

What if my actions make the other person feel “less than” or I feel dirty, sneaky or sad (if I am in tune with my feelings) after I kid them, and then I know that I am on the wrong path? What if I am trying to put them down to bring me up?

What if I complimented you instead?

 

What if he stayed away from the celebrations?

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By Lynne Cory

What if we have a family member who has been taking a hard path (drugs – burglaries) and being around our family makes him feel bad about himself and he chooses to be with others who make him feel better?

What if we allow him his space and love him and see him finding his way at the perfect time?

What if we miss his smile?

 

What if this day is PERFECTION?

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By Lynne Cory

What if my alarm does not go off? Everything is in divine order and I will get to work at the perfect time and if I get fired there is a better job waiting for me.

What if I spill my coffee down my dress? Another dress may look better on me?

What if my car will not start? Perhaps I am supposed to call a neighbor and share a ride with them or today I need to stay home for some reason.

What if the Universe is always guiding me for my highest good?