I pondered that question for a bit this morning as I sat at my keyboard. As the activities for the day that lay ahead played in my head, I felt myself looking around, and I wondered if I had the right to be what "I am" for as long as I wanted.
If I am a person who needs to be free from everything in order to be happy, then am I allowed to do that at the expense of others?
In fact if I am allowed to do exactly what I want, is that not at the expense of someone else who has to work hard for my luxury? The law of relativity states~ that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
If selfishness and greed are the underlying factors wrapped up in the guise of creativity, then is compassion, generosity and unselfishness dull?
What is the gnawing feeling inside that creates angst when you need to go against the grain of who you really are? Isn't it the checks and balances of life....and if you balance them, are you who you truly are only on one side of that balance?
Does being out of balance feel like this picture to you? Or does being in balance feel like this picture to you?
I guess the answer may be all in YOUR perspective!
Pin It Now!