When audiences can no longer be bothered to invest their undivided attention into the world of one winding book, or to contemplate the spectrum of colors in a single painting, or to listen to an entire symphony instead of a soggy snippet, what will become of our uniquely human capacity to appreciate art?
So many of us fall into the trap of taking life seriously.
A new vision has overtaken you, one that does not include romance. And now you are you, always you, and you have no desire to be anyone but who you are.
When the going gets tough, the tough get going. But what happens to the weak? (Asking for a friend).
Maybe, just maybe, there is a positive side to this pandemic.
While there is no ultimate “goal” of meditation apart from being entirely where you are right now, there is no denying that a stronger practice leads to better results.
Meditation psychologically cleanses the mind. It’s like entering a room that you’ve been living in that you have never cleaned your entire life.
The only way to live a life without regrets is to live the full expression of what is inside of you.
Although I am an unwavering proponent of meditation, there are several paths to stillness.
Don’t give emotions more power than they have—they are meant to navigate you towards your best life, not condemn you to a life of misery.