There will come a time for all of us
when the suffering will take a break.
When the mind will relax and stop trying.
It will be when we surrender, against our own will.
That time will come.
It will not be perfect, it will be surrounded and consumed with chaos.
The pain and turmoil that appears to be present will become apparent to us,
and we will realize that it is simply the baggage that we are carrying around,
every morning, everyday, and every night.
The time will come for all of us that we simply let go.
But it is not death that becomes our resonance, but the fortitude of life.
Like after a horrible storm, in the new day we are free to actually appreciate the beauty of what we were blessed to wake up to.
We will only then realize that it is our choice about how life treats us.
Like the smell of a new place is no different than that of a new composition through the lens upon which we view, it is where we find excitement.
So often we venture through life, making our decisions according to what we think that we want, what will benefit us, what will take care of us, or worse, what others will think.
What we fail to realize is that we are operating according to the ego. We can not see that this method of thinking is detrimental to our very being. But, a time will come for all of us that we let that go.
When we are finally able to let that go we will find ourselves comfortable operating as our own true selves. Nothing else will matter.
We will finally be able to give ourselves permission to be who we truly are, no walls, no obstruction will then exist for us to just be.
It is this freeing moment that we are able to release judgement and that we are able to forgive others, but most importantly, ourselves.
This is when we become free from the ego that governs our mind.
This is when we can begin to love.
It is only when we love that we can truly live.