And the crazy wrenches keep coming! So the job I was offered and tried out for 3 days came to an end on Monday. Do you know why it wasn’t a great fit? Because I tried to put a square peg in a round hole~ have you ever caught yourself doing that? Trying, beyond all reason, to make something work out when you know it’s ultimately not where you’re supposed to be. Thank you, W, for trying to tell me early last week. Typically, I had to learn the lesson for myself. Sorry, Devon and Nick, that my stubbornness gene was passed along to you. Believe me, truly sorry. 🙂
That little job was fine. Very nice people, commute wasn’t bad at all, hours were fine….a whole lot of fine. Not a drop of passion.
I broke a promise to ME. I said I wasn’t going to do anything that I didn’t have a passion for~ but then I folded like a deck of cards when I was approached about a job opportunity at an investment office because….well, unemployment rates are high and who do I think I am to turn down an opportunity that others are clawing for? Wow~ there’s a priority shift!
Here’s the rainbow. Literally the moment I told my very nice boss that I just didn’t feel like the position was a good fit for me, opportunities to serve where my passion(s) lie presented themselves. Coincidence? Not in my opinion. In my opinion, my obedience is once again being rewarded. I got back on the right road and God is pouring ridiculous blessings on me. Undeserved blessings.
I have a meeting in about 90 minutes that may bring yet another enormous blessing to serve in an area of passion….wow. Overwhelmingly blessed.
compliance with someone’s wishes or orders or acknowledgment of their authority.
Just something to think about today. ♥