Where Should I Live?

Categories: Great Waves weekly quote

Ask yourself, “Where should I live?” Keep asking, and the steps will begin to appear if there is any change you must make in this regard. You cannot ask only once. You must ask repeatedly. You must be with the question. You must live with the question and be open, really open, to what might be presented to you, particularly if you already sense that where you are is not permanent, or you have concern over its viability as a place to live in the future.

Here you must respond when others are not responding. You must take precautions when others are not taking precautions. You must change your circumstances when there appears to be no immediate reason for doing it. You must follow an inner urging and an inner direction, without really understanding what is happening and what your future or the outcome will look like. If you do not have the strength or courage to do this, you will just stand where you are, becoming increasingly full of anxiety and confusion, increasingly worried, increasingly frustrated and compulsive until your circumstances just fall away and erode your life, like a person who is standing on a slowly shrinking island or in a boat that is taking on water increasingly.

From The Great Waves of Change, Chapter 2. Learn more about the world and the coming changes in the Free School.

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2 Responses to "Where Should I Live?"

  1. Ann Wilson Posted on February 7, 2013 at 1:36 pm

    This is happening to me. I am moving and I know that my next move after this one is to the place I should be. I do not know where it is just yet but it is. If it starts to happen to you, have faith to follow the path. I was scared, upset, unsure. Now I am happy, secure in the knowledge I have done the right thing and looking forward to the next part of the journey which will reveal itself to me in time. Nasi Novare Coram.

    • Ellen_Society Posted on February 8, 2013 at 10:07 am

      Thank you for sharing the process you are undergoing. Moving is always a huge challenge, yet moving because of a higher purpose makes it do-able. Your words may give others courage as well.

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