Great article on just being. Not that we aren’t all works in progress, but we all better off if we can just be okay with who we are now.
I cannot imagine a more fruitless journey then to try to fix what isn’t broken. Improvement….to what?
Working my ass off to become an ideal that was created outside of myself?…By someone else?
I state this, because there’s a misconception that we’re all broken and for some of us it can be quite the obsession to fix what we think is fatally wrong.
Here’s the truth…we’re all flawed, screwed-up, messy, emotional (if you’ve compartmentalized your emotions, so you’re numb–then you ain’t living–you’re surviving!) and crazy in some aspect!
We’re human beings…..objectively speaking and subjectively we scrutinize ourselves and others with a microscope, trying to be the best…..to compete…to create an illusion.
This isn’t the key to a happy life.
It’s a never ending hamster wheel of trying to do something that’s impossible and quite frankly a waste of time…think about it, if you’re about self-improvement (subjective)…what’s the ultimate…
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