…where we stand is not where we place ourselves, where we stand is where we find ourselves to be.
What do I want? This is the hardest question for me to answer! I don’t know if that’s a general problem, I suspect it is. You would think that a question that doesn’t require that I deal with any outside power, or look for external approval – It’s not, “What do I want to do?”Continue reading “What do I want?”
The present is, of course, a preparation for the future; but if it’s not appreciated for what it is, one squanders life away, always ahead of one’s self, looking for the arrival of some “starting line” where “real life” will begin. This is real life. No external gate-keeper, success, or validation will suddenly change that. Continue reading “The Present”