Practicing Steadiness

If the roller-coaster is less fun than it used to be, begin looking for the “rhythm” that is your very own unique “stride,” as you go about your living this week.

If that’s too vague, maybe you could leave earlier for work. Or make your own lunch. Sit in the car for two minutes before tackling the mall. Stop comparing yourself to others. Stop comparing others to yourself.

Maybe the mantra “This too will pass,” might help you stay mindful, but somehow, expect to see the roller-coaster clearly. Get off the next time it stops at a landing platform, and begin to move more steadily in your own stride.

About RayMunn

Husband, father, Zen guy, web designer, film-maker.
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