Alignment

Alignment

My word for today is #alignment

A few years ago, I was travelling back to school in a commercial vehicle, when suddenly the driver stopped and took permission from the passengers to do what they call “wheels alignments.”

I didn’t know what that meant, because I was in high school then.

I can still recall that experience because it led to a misunderstanding between the driver and one of the passengers, which eventually turned into a minor World War III.

If you are familiar with the Nigerian garage system, you will know what I mean.

But this morning, while I was on my routine meditation, the Spirit of God took my memory back to that experience to teach me on alignment. I did a Google check to find out what wheel alignment means.

It turned out that alignment refers to an adjustment of a vehicle’s suspension. This system connects a vehicle to its wheels.

When correctly done, alignment “assures your tires meet the road at the proper angle, your wheels are pointing straight, and your tires are centred in the wheel wells. It adjusts the angles of your vehicle’s wheels to original specs for best gas mileage, proper road contact, a smooth ride, and the longest tire life.”

However, when your car or your tires are out of alignment, among other things, it causes your vehicle to pull to the left or right, or that your steering wheel is off-centre when driving straight. Speed becomes uneasy and driving tedious and unenjoyable in the process.

Just like driving a car, if you must live a happy life, enjoy it to the fullest and keep straight at your purpose, you must learn to align correctly.

Life’s alignment comes in two dimensions – alignment with the source and alignment with your passion.

Show me a man who derives 100% satisfaction from life and I will show you a man in complete alignment with God – the Source of everything you need to make the experience enjoyable. Such a man moves at the frequency of God, who knows the past, understand the presents and what the future holds.

If you find alignment with God, the next thing is to align to His purpose. In that, every part of your life, just like the four wheels of the car, will be perfectly aligned.

Then consistency will begin to pay off. After all, the new speed is consistency.

I welcome you to find alignment today – with God and with your purpose, and I promise you that your life will be nothing short of fulfilment.