The Way Out Is In

I’ve noticed that when we do not derive pleasure from social interactions it is usually because:

  • We are so focused on ourselves that we cannot really see anyone else
  • We talk about ourselves too much or make everything about us
  • We are preoccupied with “getting to the next thing”
  • We believe that other people are inferior to us in some way

The times when life has been the richest for me are the times when I have abandoned myself to the moment and to the full appreciation of the life of another (without judgment).

“The antidote for exhaustion is whole-heartedness.” – David Whyte

wholehearted living

3 thoughts on “The Way Out Is In

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