So, I’ve been doing some thinking.
Let me be honest, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking.
For one, I need to finish this Greyhound book. Secondly, I need to really finish this Greyhound book.
Even as I type this blog entry, my mind is scattered into a million directions. The TV is staring me down, Sammy-dog is quietly waiting for my next move, and a social schedule that will require my attendance is looming in the hours to come.
A scattered mind does not a goal make.
To boot, I’ve yet to write down a single word or syllable in my book today, or yesterday, or the day before yesterday.
So, I have to come to terms and realize what’s important for the nowness in my life. As it seems in this day and age, it can be very difficult to come to terms in an effort to make sure one’s mind stays clear and ready for the next phase. Often, we give up slow pieces of our dream for the greater good of what we think we should have in life.
I’ve learned that sometimes what we think we need may often be misaligned with the things in life we give us the most power.
More to come on this grand self observation.