“Like the flower, trusting Spirit working according to a higher will beyond the reach of your mind, you’ll see Spirit operating everywhere, in everyone and everything…To trust the process of your life. The more you trust Spirit in this way, the more you will work with it directly as a living force in your life… unfolding, like a flower, toward the Light.”
Dan Millman began his career in the athletic arena. He competed in gymnastics and trampoline in high school and college, winning international acclaim. He became gymnastics director at Stanford University in 1968, and in 1972 moved to Oberlin College. He began writing in the 1980s, on diverse topics including fitness and philosophy. His writing and motivational speaking tend to focus on achieving one’s potential. In 2006, his book Way of the Peaceful Warrior was adapted into a film, Peaceful Warrior. He is married to Joy Millman, and they have three daughters and two grandchildren.
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“There will come a time when you believe everything is finished. This will be the beginning.”
– Louis L’Amour
Don’t be afraid when something ends. That means something else is going to bloom — or boom for you. There is no sad or disappointing end. It’s simply a transition. Let’s all trust that higher wisdom.
If nature knows exactly when the bud should blossom, does it not also know when your life should blossom? Every event is joyously and perfectly planned.
Louis L’Amour was an American author. He is best known for his Western fiction novels, though he also wrote historical fiction, science fiction, nonfiction, poetry and short-story collections. He was born Louis Dearborn LaMoore on March 22, 1908, the last of seven children. He grew up in Jamestown, North Dakota, a medium-sized farming community. As he grew older, he traveled throughout the United States and abroad, in various positions including as a mine assessment worker, a professional boxer and a merchant seaman. In the 1930s, Louis and his family settled in Oklahoma, and Louis turned his focus to writing. He began to have success with short stories in the late ‘30s and ‘40s, beginning to sell novels in the 1950s. Louis also served in the United States Army during World War II. Louis ultimately wrote 89 novels and more than 250 short stories.