Your Internal Motivator


“A man who fears suffering is already suffering from what he fears.” ~Michel de Montaigne

It’s been established that most human beings are completely disengaged with now, with this constant presence of life that flows through and around us all, within this primordial moment of all that is.

But our internal motivator demands attention.

With our busy lives we barely make time for ourselves, but oddly enough we tend to make the most time for what hasn’t even happened.

In doing so, in being disengaged, we come to understand little of this vast ocean of life and of ourselves. Like the stars, strung together as pearls along their heavenly tapestry, we are largely inexplorable to the naked eye of others, just as much as to ourselves.

We humans should take our presence in this world to mean much more than we care to believe, especially for what energy our…

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