On Being Ordinary

October 7, 2016

 
Metaphysically, we are a fractal chip of the whole.

 

Expectations and intricate plans carry with them tension and fear. “What if I fail? What if I invest all this energy and it doesn’t happen?” The young child knows to trust that all will be safe and right. They find the space and time for moments to be ordinary, to experience the simplicity of being.

 

A premonition or the sense of trust in the direction we take comes in that ordinary space of being. The beauty in the ordinary is to know that we are an important expression of the whole: one tree in the forest, one leaf on the branch, one grain of sand on the shore of a vast ocean.

In this simple space arises the understanding of the vast beauty of the whole. Like the child at play, we can be still, actively participate, and enjoy our ride.
 
 
 
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