getting older can be a challenge, but it can also be an opportunity for growth and learning. By staying curious, open-minded, and connected to others, you can navigate the challenges of aging and stay engaged with the world around you. Remember to prioritize your health and wellbeing, and embrace all that life has to offer.
No one ever told me that the world would hurt so much, that it would fill me so hard that I thought I was going to die! No one ever told me how overwhelming it could be, and that there were amplifiers that multiplied the pain beyond comprehension. The Hatred and the fear are overwhelming and it comes so fast I cannot dispel it fast enough to deal with my own. I can feel it ALL!
The Tao is a central concept in Taoism, a philosophical and religious tradition originating in ancient China. The Tao is often described as the underlying natural order of the universe, and the principles of Taoism encourage individuals to align themselves with this order and live in harmony with the world around them. Some of the key principles of Taoism include:
It’s getting better…All the time, every day in every way. Moving forward staying positive and fighting the demons that once caged you. Free from the constraints of possession, and overindulgence!
It’s understandable to feel overwhelmed and lose sight of who you are, especially in today’s fast-paced and stressful world. Taking time for self-reflection and connecting with your values, beliefs, and passions can help you rediscover and reaffirm your identity
In an ongoing effort to lead a SIMPLER life, the shedding has begun. The shedding of possessions. The shedding of dependence. The shedding of uncertainty! The shedding of negativity and inconsistency. As I walk through and see all of the things I have accumulated over a lifetime, I am overwhelmed. The trinkets and the doo dads, and the Knick knacks and the novelties all the things that make up a life.
There are distinct differences between being Frugal, and being cheap. While in definition they appear to be somewhat similar I can assure you they are not.
Being Frugal is not throwing out any food, everything is used for something.