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...it was as if the man’s eyes were rolled back in his head and he could not hear for the telling.
I set the box down carefully, as if it was full of sleeping lethal bees, plus, you know, the dynamite.
It’s like finding out that there’s a pit viper that’s been living in your basement but you’re going to go down and do yoga anyway and then meditate with your pet mice on your lap.
"Everything looks to be in order." I walked out of the room at a gate which suggested that I might be on my way to file a report, and heard a welcomed chuckle as I rounded the corner to my desk.
Humour connects us–it offers a vision of the absurdity of life. It gives people a way to loosen threatening knots made when human interaction is not clear, and judgments or wrong assumptions are made.
I may inch closer to discovering my true essence, and possibly enjoy a nice cheese sandwich along the way, that is, unless the birds get to it first.
"Despite all our limitations, the most crucial challenge of being human is to show up like a rose." Mark Nepo
...But, in my far-from-enlightened, juvenile state, not reacting to our artist might have caused him to burst into flame or pop a blood vessel in his forehead and considering the mood I was in, that might have been entertaining.
Challenges happen, people fall behind, life gets hard, and judgement keeps it that way.
...in this moment–in their essence, they are stunningly beautiful.