We need not do most activities more than once a day.
This includes phone calls.
This includes What’s App / Facebook.
This includes email.
This includes reviewing our day.
We complicate things by reviewing our life more than once a day.
We can usually streamline.
We all have different views.
Yet at the end of the day, we all want to be happy.
And we all want meaning.
We might realize…nothing or no one can give us lasting happiness.
Or lasting meaning.
We then commit our lives to the pursuit of the Divine.
The only pursuit that can bring lasting happiness or complete meaning.
Pain isn’t the cause of suffering.
“Indulging” in pain is the cause of suffering.
Pain itself is context fro growth.
Pain gives us clarity.
Pain gives us signs.
But when we indulge in the pain, we suffer.
“Indulge” is the right word.
We we revel in the pain, when we get lost in the pain.
When we get confused by the pain…that’s when we suffer.
Simple living is easy.
When we tune in to ourselves.
But even if we are not in tune.
We can focus, on, simply, where we are.
And what we’re doing.
What we’re feeling.
Breathing in, what we have.
Letting what comes next, come next…
Having fun isn’t the point of life.
It’s the side-effect of trying to live the best life possible.
We can have fun whatever we are going through.
That balancing act of trusting in the Divine,
and dealing with the various challenging life experiences.