Everything and Nothing is Mine (Or Returning to the Idea of Possession and Permanence)
I realize I already wrote about this topic, but that title kept popping into my head, demanding to be written so I thought I'd see what it had to say.
Maybe it's just a reminder.
It seems like life moves in a cyclical pattern at times and it might just be that I'm cycling back to this idea to learn something new about it.
Last time I wrote about how life was like a library where we could access and "borrow" things but not hold on to them. Everything passes. It's just a matter of holding on to the right things at the right time and releasing the right things at the right time. This image has also been coming into my head a lot lately, except the imagery is more like a wave. The wave moves up and down and items pass into the ocean and then out of it and then into it again. Cyclical.
I don't really know if there is a new lesson I'm trying to pin down here or if it is a reminder because I've gotten stuck thinking about things in an old but less-than-helpful, manner. I just felt very strongly that I had to write this down and I'll add the other post I wrote on this topic as a "related post" in case anyone is interested in that. Maybe if something new comes to me I'll add it, but for now that is all.
Thank you for reading.