‘The fact is that most of us are half asleep while we believe ourselves to be awake.’*
Some lives never identify their unique voice.
More than twenty years ago, I was lost in the general, feeling – though, I didn’t know what I was feeling – there had to be something specific.
It is from the specific that we come to ask our beautiful questions. And the most beautiful questions are always disruptive ones.
There are some who appear very clear about what they must do in their lives, but the test is whether they remain open to, and are changed by, the new and the unknown. The wide awake life is both specific and permeable, resulting in flow.
Inasmuch as this flow life works, we’re able to say the universe is amenable to it.
(*From Erich Fromm’s The Art of Listening.)