There is nothing wrong.
It is so tempting to survey our lives on a daily (sometimes hourly!) basis to assess what is going right, and what is going wrong. What are we pleased with, and what are we displeased with? What would we change, and what would we keep the same? But there is a bigger, much more peaceful perspective that allows all of these separate elements in our lives to stay connected. In this bigger picture perspective, can there ever really be anything “wrong?” If we tried to remove one element, what would happen to the whole? This is worth our time to notice.
This week I resolve to: remember that there is a bigger picture beyond the snapshot life presents to us in any given moment. In this bigger picture perspective that factors in before, during, and after, we can ask ourselves, “what can ever go truly wrong?”