On stillness, slow life and non doing

For the last year I’ve been practicing non doing and living a simple, slow life. A spiritual quarantine of sorts. Monk life. One of my friends has sent me the following meme, which she said reminded her of me. It made me laugh. Translation is below. It is a good reminder that we can always further our stillness and non doing practice. Why? Only in stillness we can hear our soul and see the next steps of our path…

– What are you up to?
– Watching the trees grow.
– Rushing still…

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the nomad of the Universe, sailing through the unknown, learning to be happy and give happiness back
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2 Responses to On stillness, slow life and non doing

  1. It is the right path to be on. Of that I have no doubt whatsoever. I am still learning to recognise and cut out the rushing.

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