I noticed a few years ago that in general ppl appear to be "thirsty" and personally dissatisfied with their lives. We all think we should be doing more. Eating better. Volunteering more. Working out more. Living life more gracefully. We want her a** and his career. We (re)view ours lives as critics, not as admirers. We see failures and areas of improvement, not accomplishments and successes.
It appears that we have forgotten how to access our own personal power so that we can manifest the things or lives that we want. So instead, we covet and take from one another in order to feed our “desire” and shake our personal feelings of worthlessness. We spend our lives in indentured servitude to our desires and wants, feeding & serving them and placating our egos....hoping one day it will pay off. What happens when we just stop? Stop serving our desire? One of the best life lessons that I’ve been actively practicing, is non attachment. Non-attachment, is a state in which a person overcomes his or her attachment to desire for things, people or concepts of the world and thus attains a heightened perspective. Overcoming an attachment to “desire” that sounds like liberation to me. This is what I’m still working on (and probably will be for a long time ) you know ACTUALLY overcoming my attachment to people, things and ideas. #ImActivelyPracticing << sometimes unsuccessfully #NonAttachment