Look for the Rainbows

“When you’re in a storm, look for the rainbows.” — Marlene Dillon

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Today, and for the last few weeks, I’ve been dealing with some things. This week they got a little more demanding and I was feeling exhausted from it all. I decided to surrender to what is and just keep rolling. A few minutes ago, someone told me that they were led to give me a gift. Although that gift didn’t solve the problems, the gesture was such a blessing that I needed to take a second to shift focus and be grateful. 🌈

So that’s my recommendation to you. Whether it’s a blessing out of nowhere, finding your favorite soup is on sale, or discovering a new series to binge watch this weekend, notice the rainbows. If it’s a phone call received, or a meal that turned out perfectly, or that person who rarely even looks in your direction gave you the hint of a smile, notice the rainbows. If you’re a stormy season, and you’re being hit with back to back trials, I don’t care how small a smile worthy moment is, pay attention to that rainbow. 🌈

We have to find ways to interrupt the flow of what doesn’t feel good and occasionally we find ourselves in the midst of a storm with no apparent end in sight. It is in these moments, that we have to train ourselves to take a minute and look for the rainbows. 🌈

Blessings.

Marlene Dillon Empowerment Specialist

Published by Marlene Dillon Empowerment Specialist

Marlene Dillon is the CEO of MDillon Designs & Publishing. I teach girls to believe in themselves and choose relationships that support their goals. I teach children that their dreams are possible and that they are lovable. I teach parents to communicate with their children in healthy ways. In short, I.U.S.E. people. Inspire. Uplift. Support. Empower.

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