You are not in control and that is okay. •••
Ants in your room? You can be roommates.
Flies on and around you food that’s being cooked outside? Immune boost for you.
No power on the island for who knows how long? You’ll just be sandy, go practice some more beach yoga.
They’re out of everything but chicken? You like chicken.
Left your clothes in the laundry room that’s now locked? Let’s hope they’re still there tomorrow morning. “Please do not put any paper whatsoever in the toilet.” Alrighty then. •••
When you are able to experience a much simpler way of life, one with less options and comforts, you shift, your perspective broadens, you are more grateful for the little things. •••
Thailand’s greatest gift to me was acceptance. You are not in control of the lessons you are faced with, nor the lessons others must learn. You are not in control and that is okay.
After all, when you accept and let it be, the universe has your back