I woke up this morning with these words in my head:
“Sometimes we have to let go of the original plan in order to allow the newer, cooler design to come out.”
I was remembering meeting some new folks on Sunday, having lunch with the couple after church. The young gal had a crocheted purse that was lovely. I commented on it and asked her about it. She said she had made it, but wanted to get the left bit down into a triangular point. When she couldn’t get it the way she wanted it, she just left it curvy. I told her it was awesome just like it was.
I wonder how many creations/discoveries/inventions are actually due to the artist/scientist/inventor “missing the mark” and then changing course?
Good thought for life as well. 🙂
***May we each have the grace to let go of the original plan so that the newer, grander one can unfold!