I wish I left this world before the internet age!
In moments when ‘I’ is let go of and the Source is drawn close to.
That life is suffering.
Too many. One too many. Sigh.
Chanting softly out of a boombox turned Buddhabox, Amituofo on repeat 24/7.
I want to learn more about everyone, starting with knowing the One. One is All and All is One. But in the meantime I guess the person in front of me at any given moment.
I can practice being more present in life. Being less in a rush. I can take care of important tasks without putting them off. I can think true and honest thoughts. I can exercise self-discipline. This should just about cover it.
By focusing less on my own wants and needs and in so doing freeing up room to focus on giving to others.
I’ve always wanted my own sailboat! It must feel amazing to be at the helm out in water where you cannot see the shore. I’ve been on plenty of motorboats in small lakes and rivers. Jet skis near the ocean shore. Been on a cruise but that is like a floating hotel lol. The yacht life beckons me.
The woods and forest are such a place of refuge for me it’s not even funny!
Qigong and Tai Chi too! Take your pick Kev!
Hope everything smoothes out. Divorces are never wished for but I hope you come out unscathed and full of hope and love.
Way to weather the storm! Hey that’s not a bad retail store compared to some others. The grass is not always greener. I’ve come to learn we create our own worlds and a job is just a duty to be fulfilled it’s not who we are. It is never too late to do and be who you want to.
Beautiful I wish I could listen to it more often! Practice makes perfect.
I don’t even need to respond today because I second this Deb!
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