What's it all about?
This is the question everyone asks sooner or later when the drive and competing in the world fail to deliver the same satisfaction as before.
Human beings absorb experience in order to function and perform in the world. What begins as a necessary process becomes, in time, a psychological attachment to the past as a means to survive in the present.
Someone learns a trade and becomes proficient in their work. After some years the work can lose its sheen when the initial creative pleasure diminishes. But an individual often becomes so identified with their worldly role that they find it almost impossible to contemplate doing anything else.
The money and security override the mediocrity that experience fosters on those who’ve become deadened to the vibrancy of the moment. To come alive by daring to take a chance on life is to be a part of the living wonder.
That’s what it’s all about.
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