you soon recognize that with everything
there is a point of balance
and you just have to find it.
Experience has shown me that in each day a point of balance exists no matter how pervasive the impossible.
I find my fulcrum in the unlikeliest of places. It means going groundless as Pema Chödrön calls it.
I must trust in myself, go all in. After all, becoming comfortable with “getting tossed around with right and wrong” is a lifetime experience (Chödrön). No two times are the same but with practice comes acceptance.
Less and less am I concerned with sides. If I’m on one, I am not on the other. I am separate. It seems to me that survival in this physical dimension relies on connecting separate shores.
Maybe staying connected is our #DailyDose of the impossible. After all, each of us…
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