The Seer’s Daughter, Jaylene, is having a very stressful time in her second year of college as she is required to do a difficult medical terminology course and the memorizing of anatomy and cellular biology. She has difficulty sleeping and has panic attacks. Below is the letter her mother wrote her.
Honey, if you ever feel like you’re having a panic attack again, read this please:
1. You are being taught how to succeed — not how to fail.
You are being taught how to be abundant — not impoverished.
With these goals in mind, if I see you heading in an opposite direction. I’ll throw a little hissy fit if that’s what is needed.
2. But I will never abandon you or leave you to cope with things that you’re not ready for, or supported with. I will never throw you out there (as is often the case with many other parents, when their kids leave high school) and let you sink or swim, because I will never let you sink.
I will be there when you’re afraid, or sad or feeling lost. Or when you’re overwhelmed. You just need to tell me.
I supported one of your sisters till she was almost forty, by being there when she needed me, financially and in every other way — do you honestly think I would leave you to fail Darling?
Be at peace and just walk through stressful times one step at a time — I’ll always be there holding your hand my Dearest Love.
“Success is measured by how you live, not by the results of what you do. You are therefore already a success.”