Looking back over the last 100 entries, I noticed a theme. The shorter entries were connected to days I needed more time sitting with their root topics, while the longer entries were on days where the lessons made much more sense. More grok, more words… and a lot more already-knowing. In other words, I’m finding the more I have to say about something, the more self-satisfying it is to say it, and thereby, “less” humble.
I’m laughing to myself remembering the much-overused “empty the cup” story.
Opportunities to practice, and to learn, can only be taken full advantage of when I don’t try to over-identify with my own experience, but instead, fully-embrace my not-knowing and be present with the lesson.
(See y’all tomorrow)