It doesn’t always make sense to our linear programming, but somehow, it’s always working to our benefit. There is no wasted time, or energy, just our perception of it.
Tag: personal development
Don’t apologize for what drives you. Don’t shy away from it, either.
In my experience as an editor for film and video, a common problem is having enough raw content with which to create something of substance, flow, and meaning. So much is decided in fragments of seconds, very often in only one or two frames, that we can easily run out of useable material.
Life, is change. It is inevitable. If that’s a stressful idea, fraught with anxiety, it’s attached to some notion that anything in this place is anything but transient. You will “die”, so get on with living.
There is a process we inevitably go through when we’re working to get to our deepest, authentic truth; to unravel and undo, unlearn and unburden our spirits from the weight of conditioning — or the lies, limits, and soul-stifling ideas introduced through socialization.