Jai Uttal, the kirtan magician, has a song "Bus has Come."
Whenever Iisten to it, I am reminded of how it is when we are waiting for a bus. Depending on where, we might wait for hours for that bus—if we are in the countryside, we might even have to wait for days.
The bus isn't here, it isn't here and then suddenly it is!
We all know that sensation of expectation, of waiting, of anticipation—and then the bus is pulling up to the bus stop, and then it's time to get on.
Waiting is over!
Bus has come!
It's time to start the next leg of our journey.
We can't dither around, because the bus will only be here for a moment.
It's not going to wait for us to look at all the million options and reasons we have to stay or go.
Our only choice in that moment is to stay where we are—or head into something new.
This is also what happens when we are in the process of extreme change—where change is happening so quickly in our lives that we really don't have time to process it, or understand it, or figure out why it's happening that way.
All we can do is look up, and see that bus has come.
And then get on it.
Of course, we can decide not to get on the bus. And sometimes this is our choice. But if we make that choice—to not go with change—we remain in limbo, just stuck at the bus stop.
If you are facing a lot of change right now, which I know a lot of you are, consider just surrendering to it. You don't need to figure it all out. You don't need to control it.
You can see that change has arrived.
And you can trust the Universe has arrived to take you to your next destination.
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