The answers lie within.
The answers lie within, yet many look for the answer from an external source.
"How do I know the ways of all things at the beginning? I look inside myself and see what is within in me." - Lao- Tzu
Lao-Tzu wrote these words over 2,500 years ago. How do they relate to the present day?
I ask this question as I enjoy a morning coffee in my garden surrounded by nature.
It is the day before the so-called freedom day here in the UK.
July the 19th is the day restrictions are lifted as the Covid 19 pandemic continues.
What will your future be like?
How has life changed for you during the past 16 months?
How will your life be different as you move forward?
Many people have stepped back from living a hectic life.
Yesterday I was listening to a radio program where people were their stories about moving out of the city to the countryside.
"Stepping out of the frantic world", were the words they used.
The situation we have experienced over the last 16 months has led many people to look inside, to see what is really important to them.
Everyone starts from a different place on their journey of change.
In the words from Lao-Tzu, he is asking us to let go of seeking results in teams of money, acquiring material things. He is asking us to look deep within, to see what is really important.
What is really important to you?
The answers lie within.
Enjoy an amazing day.
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