Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #296

I’m grateful for the symbolic meaning of an anchor. One of the jobs of an anchor is to help keep a boat stable and safe in a storm. Taken to the highest level, I consider one of the many jobs of our Divine creator. I also acknowledge that I want to be a person who helps others feel safe and stable through the throws of life’s storms. In this moment, I exhale completely in acknowledgment of all the amazing anchors who I’ve been blessed with throughout this journey.

When times are tough, I love knowing that I have those people who are Divinely led to me to hold my hand through the storm. Have you ever noticed the people who show up in Divine timing? I do. I’m forever grateful to those who have been an anchor for me.

Today, I commit to embracing the symbolic meaning of an anchor. I love the saying on the anchor below, “Love anchors the soul.” Love keeps the soul safe. With today’s commitment, I’m thinking of ways I can be an anchor in my and other people’s lives. The best way I can think of to do this is to show up with love everywhere I go today. It doesn’t matter what I’m thinking, saying, feeling, or doing. As long as I show up to the moment with love, I’m embracing the job of being that anchor.

I will also remember to pray, because the Divine is my ultimate anchor. I am protected by a love that is greater than any human understanding. Just that thought puts my soul at peace.

With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2021

Author of Letters from a Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World — Click title to learn more

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