We build our life up into something. Until we reach a point where it seems either meaningless, or overflows with needs. Life always seems to clank one way then the other, until the only way out seems to withdraw. Too much and not enough.
What will the people think? What will they remember about me? A common worry, even when we don’t care. Maybe...
Here you can read the theoretical approach behind my previous article “The Price We Pay”.
Logics tells us that time should be either linear, cyclical or circular. However, our individual experience tells us something different. We live both simultaneously and exclusively in linear, cyclical and circular timelines.
If individual balance is a system forever balancing conflicting states, what happens when we meet other people? The whole balance gets questioned again. How to keep our integrity intact and remain ourselves?
A balanced life is a happy life… Then Life happens. And we do not feel balanced, at all. I would like to counter with: “Life is Movement. Movement is Imbalance. Imbalance is Chaos. Life is Chaos. Accepting imbalance is the first step to true happiness.”