My Parking Angel – Letting Go Of Control and Asking For Help!

Monday Morning Lesson:

We always have support if we stay open. We self-sabotage when we forget to ask for help!
On Sunday evening I took my parents – 93 and 95 – for dinner to the John Martin Irish Pub in Coral Gables, FL. (love the McCuban experience!) Parking became an issue. It was a Saturday night and I knew I had to use the wheelchair for mom instead of the walker because it could be a distance from the car to the restaurant. The parking garage is right behind the restaurant but mom gets claustrophobic in those environments. Not a great way to start dinner. I had to let go of control and ask for help.

I shifted into my heart and took a deep breath followed by asking my Angels for help and guidance. I got the message to use the valet – something I rarely do but helpful for my elders. I pulled in front of the restaurant valet and a smiling young man greeted us. He helped me get the wheelchair out and get my parents out of the car. When I had a chance to look at his name tag I smiled…. his name…. Angel. Imagine that!

We gain control when we let go of control.

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  1. Harle Tinney

    True. Asking for help or using the help that is offered is generally wise unless it conflicts with the inner knowing.

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