Having a plan was always the Princess' answer to her anxiety but it wasn't exactly a comfort. A signpost does not bring comfort. Maybe a moment of relief if you know which direction to go but standing under a signpost, is nothing compared to someone standing beside you saying that they know which way to go and they will take you there. Being self-sufficient can make you feel strong and proud but then in those moments where the strong and proud feelings give way to uncertainty and weakness sitting at the foot of a signpost is not as appealing as being wrapped in arms of love.
Princess Morag didn't really know that those arms of love were being offered for most of her life. She still almost doesn't believe that they are there for her. She is not sure how able she is to rest in them, when it feels awkward and new. Shouldn't she being doing something? Or explaining why she is so tired and that's why she had to stop? Shouldn't she write some lists and check stuff off?
Looking to the face of the one she loves and resting her eyes on Him, she finds that there is no condemnation there. No "why didn't you do...?" She doesn't feel hurried, there are no demands. Just an invitation to be with Him. This is the kind of 'better' she needs in her life. Better isn't the new house, new city, new plan. Better is a person. His name is Jesus.