These incomprehensible explorations of mental wonderings and wanderings allows the mind to be blown--drug-free blown--at least temporarily.
It's one thing when a neighbor or two--or at the outside sometimes three--move away in a short period of time, but to have half of the community gone in a mere few hours is unthinkable. Unknowable. The logical mind wants so hard to make sense of it--how does karma play in all of this? Can that much karma be planned so timely precisely where the culmination of thousands of lives are impacted by a single event such as this? What impact will this have on the community over time? Over a year? Over a generation? At one point will this be long forgotten like so many other catastrophic events over time?
These incomprehensible explorations of mental wonderings and wanderings allowed my mind to be blown--drug-free blown--at least temporarily.
I was suddenly thrust into the heart--the only place where absurd inquiries such as this can be held safely, wholly. It's a philosopher's dream.
JoAnn Saccato, MA is a mindfulness teacher, author and life coach living in Northern California.
JoAnn Saccato, MA is a mindfulness teacher, author, life coach, educator, and consultant in Northern California. She is author of Companioning the Sacred Journey and the forthcoming Mindful and Intentional Living: A Path to Peace, Clarity and Freedom