Wisdom from Alan Watts teaches us to ignore the pressure to “finish strong” and “get it over with.” The point of dancing is to dance.
Even the things that look static are in a state of constant flux.
When it comes to self-improvement we tend to take for granted that it’s necessary while overlooking the core challenge of it.
To be truly realized we must get to the point where we’re no longer seeking.
As much as you have on your plate, the most important things that take care of themselves without your needing to think about them. No to-do list required.
What if life is not happening to you or for you, but rather through you?
What if play was not the reward for completing our work, but the catalyst for producing great work?