In the race to live, to create, to become, even to be healthy, we can miss our essential human opportunity for balancing inaction, for repose, for being, for time simply as time. Through inaction, we often better ground and guide the actions we do or must take. Today, and each day, learn from the ancient natural life around us. Find time for enriching stillness, for nothing, for life lived for itself and as it is. You may find a new and waiting world of stunning light and shadow, of sound and stillness, a world ever vibrant, a world ever becoming, a world always waiting and that is never nothing.

One thought on “Stillness

  1. I love to feel gratitude in that stillness, which has the opportunity to change words into poetry, and life into Art. Namaste

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