It is easy to see. What is difficult to do is to discern if what you are seeing is real or unreal, dead or undead, or both.
PM was hit with another wave of tsunami yesterday – and no, it has nothing to do with cupcake hearts or the color red.
I guess there comes a time in life when things would just start to make sense. That is only logical, after all, once you’ve done a considerable amount of idiocy, the only thing left to do is stumble upon something sane, because you’ve been stupid for the longest time, stupidity went out of stock.
I found out all the reason for all of my life’s monstrosity yesterday, and it is not pretty, I tell you.
It was the strangest thing, but I realized that I was coming at life on a most defensive angle, that all I did for most of my days was build walls. I had so many plans and contraptions designed to control life, and my narrowed perspective of how it all should go was just unbelievable.
I learned a great deal about openness. That when you are open to life, you become larger than life. That there is no reason to oppose life because it can never be opposed – it always wins, and when it does, our delusions cause our demise.
I learned that there is so much more in the world than our petty understanding can ever tolerate – no matter how brilliant we deem ourselves be. That there is no greater joy than allowing yourself to be filled with grace and love, that in time, once the void inside ourselves gets filled, we will be able to share wholeheartedly with whomever we choose.
I learned that everything that happens in life does not really need an explanation, only acceptance – and that is openness. Openness to a chance. Openness to an uncertainty. Openness to risks.
It may be hell scary, but it certainly outweighs the fear we generate when we go about living inside our caves. It is scary to open doors – to let life in, to let people in. However, we may not really realize it, but when we try to draw a line between life and others, we are not really keeping them out… we are trapping ourselves in.