The limitations of time and space allow us to create (and become) a temporary narrative, destined to fade as the eons pass. So with the life I have left in this particular story, I would rather focus on enjoyment and opportunity, and let unexpected fortune organically arise.

I’ve tried it the other way—focusing on past mistakes and a burning need to prove myself worthy—and it constantly led to more of the same. It wasn’t nearly as pleasant, fulfilling, or productive.


13 thoughts on “Musings

  1. What appears on the surface to be unexpected is that which we have phoned in for delivery with our subconscious. Think of it and it’s bearing down on us like Mac truck. (Last line paraphrased from Richard Bach)

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