It’s funny how, when life is going well because we’ve let go, it can be suddenly enticing to pick up the oars and hurry things along.
Letting go points us in the right direction, but that doesn’t mean we can rush off in that direction and get there sooner.
Impatience, the desire to be in control, these impulses suggest some resistance to the journey, a refusal to find satisfaction in the moment.
Letting go, allowing, can’t be rushed because it’s all about learning to rely on a greater power than ourselves. What we need is practice: steady, consistent practice that will one day become permanent.