For some reason we keep getting swept up into thinking that there is something lacking. We think that there is something we need to do, or accomplish, in order to be whole – to be accepted and loved.
We think this moment isn't good enough as it is; that we need to do more; that we need to be bigger, or better, or faster. Things need to be different than the way they already are.
But what if there was nothing lacking? Nothing we had to gain or prove or accomplish? What if there was nothing to do, other than be here now – like a flower?
How would that look? How would it feel? Would it be small, or big? Empty, or full?
What if a slower, simpler, more authentic and true presence was a possibility, for all of us? What if to find out, we started right here, in this moment, with ourselves?