Permission To Not Know

I received this message a while ago from a friend, Dave McCarty.

“The best gift I ever give myself, is permission to not know. Not know what’s best for me, and those I love.  Not know what I should do in the next hour, day, month, year, or how I should do, or when I should do.  Priceless.  Ultimate bliss.  The weight of the world lifted off of the shoulders of LittleOrphanDavie, and onto the broad shoulders of his Daddy in Heaven, who has promised to lead Davie into the future.  Ahhh!”

As a recovering control addict, those are words that I need to hear over and over. Thanks, Dave.

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