An Authentic Reflection #MondayMotivation
An Authentic Reflection #MondayMotivation #MusicMonday
It’s me. Thank you for taking the time to read this. You could be doing anything right now, but you’re spending time in your day reading what I’ve written. I appreciate you doing that. Maybe you’re gaining something by reading this. Maybe you’re not. Either way, I appreciate the love. I like to write an original blog every Monday but I’ve been on a blackout the past couple of weeks revolting with other dreamers. This is me sharing my passion with you. Feel free to do the same with me. I think it’s fun to share in the creation of a Dream Utopia. If that makes me weird, that’s cool. Can we be weird and dream together? Then we’d both be cool in an alternate reality.
Have you ever played with an hour glass in efforts to experience timeless love? I have. It was interesting. It hurt a little bit, but at-least I got a cool song out of it
It’s my hope that by sharing my reflections that it will make it easier for others to understand that they aren’t crazy for wanting to live freely as their authentic selves without fear of ridicule. I believe that we are programmed in our DNA to pursue lives that radiate our innate energy, but have been conditioned to dim this desire. We are conditioned to check out of our happy spaces and check-in to the projected reality of the world where an authoritative figure has the answers. That reality, however, triggers my depression, which is probably why I’ve shared so many flights with so many people. Society looks and feels better from the treetops. It’s more natural.
The journey of happiness travels in a constant loop from dreams to awakening. Our spirits venture through the realms of possibility and discover opportunities to capitalize on priceless moments.
Smiles come from gratitude, and gratitude comes from appreciating presents in all their forms. The future manifests itself through the building blocks we are gifted with day to day. We’re taught so often by our society to desire more as if what we have is never enough. How can someone ever be happy if they are always taught that they must chase success instead of simply being successful?