24 Mar RESET: This is the time
Source: Olafs Photoblog
There have been so many dreams, aspirations, plans and intentions. In my life I have met so many great people, like you and me, who have been imagining their future, preparing the boat, planning the course. The complaint is always the same: if I only had more time, I would learn to play the piano, I would start writing a book, create a family tree or start a new project. This desire is bouncing all over the canyon walls of our busy lives—loud and clear but strangely dismissed.
Now most of us, those who are not fighting on the frontlines of this epidemic, are staying at home and wondering what to do with our time! Of course, there is the madness of TV watching as if the next news item will bring us some sort of relief. No, it won’t, even when things get better. This is the business of bad news and there will be always bad news because that’s what keeps us watching. The addiction is real.
Then there is Netflix and the plethora of other streaming services. I see FB posts of people watching and re-watching the same series for hours, days, weeks… No, I am not judging them at all. Especially in times like this we want to be taken somewhere else to a different world. What is strange, however, is that instead of creating our own reality and taking ourselves THERE we allow total strangers to pull us along in the sea of fake being.
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