Money is a tough subject. It isn’t real, yet our entire world revolves around it. The ultra-rich will go to war, or start one, to protect it. The average person will work 20 to 110 hours a week to earn it. The hobo will beg for it. There are varying degrees in between, of course.
It’s likely most of us have at some point, or are perhaps currently dealing with aspects of unfulfilled, or broken romance — with life, with a partner, or with a dreamy, dream, dream . . . fantasy.
Every choice is an anchor point. In every moment, we can choose a new journey.
Imagine we could compare ourselves to a digital camera: the eyes are the lenses (we choose what to focus on), our beliefs are the filters (we choose what, and how information passes through), our mind is the image sensor (information gathering; how things appear to be), and our intellect (education, knowledge, level of understanding; preconception, indoctrination, interpretation, imagination) is a translator, or encoder/decoder.