There was a time when I was sleep-walking through life. I just did things that I was “supposed” to do to be the person I was “supposed” to be.
We fear attacks from the outside. So we build a wall. It makes us feel safe. But inside we slowly die.
Sometimes I just like to look up and watch the clouds. I never get attached to the clouds, emotionally or with my thoughts. I just appreciate the beauty.
Blame. Guilt. Shame. There is nothing to gain in holding on to regrets.
I should have… I wish I would have… if only I had…
Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night fearful of my fears.
The first time I walked into Narcotics Anonymous, I looked for the differences.
I love silence. I love tranquility. I love my feelings. I cannot say that I always have.
Mind. Body. Soul. They all work together. Neglect one. Neglect them all.
Today I replaced a broken handle. Not a big deal to most, but today, this is an accomplishment for me.
I am not valuable. I am not worthy. I have nothing to offer. That is how many people sleepwalk through life.
We needed to do something differently.
“Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated”. -Confucius
Your brain’s primary job… duty, responsibility…… is to keep you safe. Alive. Stagnant.
I thought I wanted calm, but I created chaos.
I felt judged because I judged others. No other reason.