"Chesed isn’t a reward; it is reality. God’s grace isn’t limited to what we want to happen or might like to happen. God’s grace is what is happening whether we like it or not. In short, God’s grace is the giving of all to all.” - Rabbi Rami Shapiro, Amazing Chesed
I have always believed that grace (chesed in hebrew) is limitless and available to everyone.
Grace has escorted me into my self-contrived darkness revealing herself just before the dawn of a significant birthing.
When I struggle and then let go of the struggle, grace appears to assure me that I am in sync.
Recalling moments of inexplicable goodness orbits my grateful places in perpetuity.
When I do not know what to do, I wait for grace. I stand with humility before her. I open my being to receive her. I trust her pattern. I shift my static paradigm and begin to swim towards that moment of clear water calm.
While waiting for grace, I forget to fear what will never happen.
Waiting for grace has become my best learned reality.