Friday, 14 December 2018

Play More , Relinquish The Need to Know , Welcome it All

Play More

When I was living and working in Italy the previous summer, I would wander on my bike into the slopes of a remote district of Puglia with no plan other than to investigate. There was nothing to divert me other than my considerations and being in nature.

I roared with laughter at the straightforwardness, all things considered, when I pondered internally… What if the reason forever was just to just have a great time? We go on a crazy ride, not for the result, but rather to appreciate the ride. Imagine a scenario in which this life has no other importance than to just play as we did as kids before things got so genuine. That particular idea has enabled me to invest quite a lot more energy making fun-loving nature and relinquishing the earnestness, all things considered,

Relinquish The Need to Know

My mantra after Scott passed away was "I don't recognize what I don't have the foggiest idea, however, I don't have to know." And those last 5 words have actually transformed me. The not having to know has spared me stress and apprehension in slamming my head against the divider in attempting to clarify the things that can't be clarified. In relinquishing the longing or need to clarify things, it enables me to acknowledge (and acknowledge) things similarly as they seem to be; as I would on that crazy ride. I don't have to clarify the plunges or the pinnacles, I simply must be available to them to appreciate them.

Welcome it All

When we figure out how to relinquish what we characterize as good and bad, could and should, or great and awful, it leaves space for a condition of pondering, stunningness and gratefulness for the delightful complexities of this life. Without connecting a 'positive' or a 'negative' to things, I have found such a great amount of excellence for the way that I am ready to feel at the profundity I can. We will in general welcome the inclination that we will erupt from affection, however, would it say it isn't similarly stunning the profundity of agony we can feel? I believe is really surprising what we are equipped for encountering in these physical bodies.

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