I am open to divine ideas.
If I am struggling to find a solution to a troublesome problem, I might feel stuck with no seemingly viable options. But as Albert Einstein once said: “Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them.” To stop churning over the problem and see the situation from a higher perspective, I pause for a break; I step away to do something fun or creative. Initially, it may seem irresponsible to focus on having fun at a critical time. Yet engaging in playful pursuits can refresh and relax my mind, opening me to divine ideas. No longer tense from straining for answers, I create space for divine solutions to arise in my awareness.
Teach me your way, O Lord, and lead me on a level path.—Psalm 27:11