Monday, April 13, 2015

Get Lost

It's important to be lost.

After that, you can start.  Start without the presence of stuff not your own.

Lost and out of touch.

Lost because that's when everything is new, unfamiliar and nutrient for ideas, visions, feelings, fears, debunking fears, clinging to and abandoning beliefs.  The bits that tie us up to what we've already known have come loose when we have stepped across into the unfamiliar.  We thought we knew where we were going, but a turn, a step, a journey lost in thought, and it seems suddenly we just don't know where we are.

Not knowing is the place to begin to make something real, something honest, something more truly on the path of what we must make, must be, must say.

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