We are promised to achieve eventual attainment of the wonderful state of joy.
With that in mind, we begin the destination-less match on the treadmill to nowhere. However, in spite of the match, or even the robust jog, regardless of how fast we run, or for how long, the distance to our “happiness destination” remains the same. For this very reason, I’m enthused to ask a simple question: Who is it that we are trying so desperately to improve?
May I therefore suggest that the “who” whose life we are trying to repair, does not actually exist outside of a story that was imposed upon us a long, long time ago? May I be so impudent to suggest that we are attempting to make an imaginary person happy? And…may I also suggest that this is an impossible task to take?
Please remember; we cannot improve the lot of a story book character. But we can put down the book and notice that the one reading is not actually in the story. Let’s step off the treadmill and ground ourselves onto solid ground–which is the only answer to finding our true selves.
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Love and light
Jacinta Mariah, Ph.D.