Today I want to talk about trusting in “Nothing,” and exploring nothingness. I know this seems a bit out of the ordinary, but it’s super important. Being a parent has taught me that sometimes things, and “we” just need to “BE” and that is when you let life for however long you need, turn to nothing. Nothing, meaning flowing water, not meaning worthless.
Some people trust in faith, and others fate, but it’s not a bad thing to just trust in nothing. When you are at this time in your life, you’re ready to comprehend the world as is, because you’re not expecting it to be anything else but what it is. This is nice, because it gives you as a person a mental and physical break from control and allows you to ride the wave of life smoothly. As a parent there are times we need to “let go” of our children and their space, so this method is a good practice for Mums and Dads, and just about everyone.
When we aren’t thinking and just being, we have time to come to our senses, appreciate life and those we love, along with regenerating ourselves. So as we experience nothing, we become something more than our wildest dreams.
Today I wish you peace of mind body and soul, and your trust of timely nothingness.