My Louis Vuitton.
Anyone who knows me well will know how particular I am about things. I like everything neat and tidy.
A few weeks ago, I got home from work and like every other day, I was putting some things from my bag away. That was when I noticed that my limited-edition Louis Vuitton wallet was missing.
My first instinct was panic, and my heart started racing. I started searching around my house to see if I had just left it lying around. My husband asked me to block all my credit cards but funny enough, I was more worried about my wallet than my credit cards. I was certain that I did not lose it unless someone stole it but I thought that was not possible as I worked with the same people all the time and nothing had ever been reported as stolen or missing. I started thinking about the events of the day in my head and I did not remember even taking my wallet out of my bag.
My three and a half year old son was asking me many questions and that was making me agitated. I knew it was not his fault as he was just being curious, just like any other kid would be. I needed time to myself so I told my husband that I was going to take a shower and that would help me to think and calm myself down.
While in the shower I still could not remember anything. I started to get worried and I knew that was not good. I prayed to St. Anthony who is our family patron and known for helping people find things. At this time, I remembered reading a story here about a lady who had lost her dog and how she visualized having her dog back and how she did everything the same as she would have as if her dog was home. I started visualizing how happy I felt having my wallet in my hand. I knew where I had kept each bank card, my driver’s license, and my medicare card. Instantly, I had a memory from the previous day.
I work with a bank and in Australia, the Australian mint releases $2 coins in memory of something special and I like collecting these coins. I remembered using my wallet to swap these coins at work the previous day. When I had gotten home I had taken my wallet out and I remembered my husband telling me that my daughter had my wallet and that she would most likely misplace it. I did not recollect ever taking the wallet from her.
I felt instant peace and knew the wallet was somewhere in the house. I visualized my husband helping me find the wallet and handing it over. I came out of the shower and told him about it and the rest of the events followed just the way I had visualized them.
When anything bad happens we instantly get worried as that is our human instinct, but in times like these, we have to remind ourselves to stay calm and know how to react to the situation. We have to know that whatever happens, always happens for the best.
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