It seems we are stuck on the idea that if we want to make the world a happier place, we need to do something we get so caught up in the doing that we forget what the goal really is? What if we don’t need technology to speed up, but ourselves to slow down? What if the answer is to just be?
We seem to create conflict just for the sake of conflict. We seem to look for reasons to be offended just so we can complain about how offended we are?
We created this mess, is it too late then to just be? Can we take a breath and focus on being? Perhaps the time to be has passed, maybe it's too late.
I believe our heart just wants us to be but we aren't listening. Our heart yearns to be heard but we continue to look past it for all the ideas bouncing around in our mind on how to make things better.
Does the question "to be or not to be" still need an answer?
Here's a thought, you be you, I'll be me and everything will just be.
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