Crucial things we need to think about are seeking their chance to bubble into consciousness.
But when I’m alone, I see the person sitting at the table next to me, or backpacker in my boat taxi. And I often end up talking to them and hearing their story, which tends to forge friendships. I know it enriches my own life.
Sometimes, when you’re out to dinner with friends and you’re making an effort to stay off your phone, all you get to do instead is watch them play on theirs. You don’t realize how weird it all is until you take a step back from the behavior and watch someone else doing what you used to do and sometimes still do.
But what if time was only viewed as a structure of organization? Perhaps it could ease the sense of urgency, but could allow us to grow and expand into our highest potential on our own accord. Of course this is not to devalue time’s importance and universal use, but rather merely highlighting its linear form.
We are still enslaved to the things we are taught are ultimate “goods.” We justify our faith in the system by flawed and influenced logic. We continue to believe that something external can change our internal ability to be aware, to appreciate, to live, to feel.
Feeling like anyone but yourself feels like one long night.
If you are looking to start 2015 off right or just read over the holiday break, here are some books you not only can’t go wrong with, they might just change your life.
I have prayed three times in my life, and two of them were inside a hospital. Hospitals must know so many secrets, the inner workings and hopes of desperate souls.
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ENFPs are fiercely individualistic. This type knows what they want out of their own lives and they aren’t interested in arguing with anyone who disagrees.