Right here, right now.

Right in this moment. I often wonder what the idea of staying in proximity of where my body is located seems like such a big deal? Humans having that blessing/curse of being able to entertain ourselves with stories about “What if” and “I should/shouldn’t” and “If only” things that for the most part come under the heading of “Stories.”

I find the worst stories, akin to nightmares, are driven entirely by Conditioned ego personality. This confinement period has been a wonderful place to practice my awareness of how attached my ego is to habit, patterns, wants, and it’s ability to distract itself.

What I find, if I leave the stories behind and engage, is my surroundings are truly interesting and engaging. With no stories I find there is nothing that doesn’t have meaning. Why? Because, without my stories about a world that isn’t, the real world shines through. The real world, with its Bittersweet experiences, colors, sounds, sights, and feelings that are all waiting for me to attend to them.

I am so fortunate to have the life that i have. Increasingly fortunate to live through all the misadventures and life’s experiences that have added to my perspectives. I am fortunate to have people in my life whom I believe care about me. I am fortunate in so many ways that I did absolutely nothing to produce.

For me this is not about seeing the bright side or building a rosy fantasy mindset. It’s about attention to what is in front of me and how fortunate I am to live in the moment I exist.

Thanks to all,


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  1. Absolutely love this piece!!! There is so much truth spoken here, so much clarity!! It is something that I’m sure many of us need to stop and consider!! A life of ‘What Ifs’ is certainly no way to truly live!! Thanks for such an eye-opening perspective!! Hugs- Sharon

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