“True happiness is …. to enjoy the present without anxious dependence on the futures.” Senecca
One Doesn't Have To Rail Against Gravity On second thought, I wonder that we have doubted our way to fear, imprisoning ourselves in our anxieties unable to notice small joys and simple ways of being. Why do we fight with the nature of things, are we frightened of feeling seen to be motionless, flamed out, lost, and without , far too gently going into that long night? One doesn't have to rail against gravity all day to find purpose or to feel good, I now look to gentle hikes through life, possessing all my weaknesses.
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