Turns out that En Vogue was right. Free your mind, and the rest will follow.
Only by slowing down can we taste the bitterness of our enslavement and break the patterns that hold us back.
One of the most profound lessons of the Passover Seder is that freedom comes from realizing that you have enough, you do enough, and you are enough. Just as you are.
Freedom is not a destination, but a path of constant permission and acceptance.
What would it feel like to live according to the rhythms of your unique nature, without regard to what the culture says you should say or do?
We live in the illusion that acquiring more will give us optionality, and therefore freedom. But more stuff rarely gives us the types of options that truly desire.
We cannot attain freedom through pursuit or acquisition. Freedom is attained only through letting go. The first step to is to take an honest look and acknowledge what’s in the way.