I am the wisest man alive, for I know one thing, and that is that I know nothing-

Because each one of us reading on this chilly Monday morning are rational, intelligent people (and maybe myself). We believe that if we know the reasons for the “things“, in our daily life This understanding of events will set us free. Imagine knowing what other people are thinking standing in line for a latte or how they are feeling, or why they act differently than we do?

Real life however? Does not work like this

Knowing why other people “do” what they do, won’t make us feel any better this morning, and it certainly won’t make us any warmer on the inside – in our hearts. It seems as though our journey in today’s world, constantly seeking answers … “Let me look the answer up on my phone“, begins and ends with: “Yeah … But“.

Why don’t our thoughts and feelings fall into place when “life” so graciously presents us with a rational answer?

Daily Meditation:

Over the first part of the year, I am going to steer this CultFit vessel off course just a touch. I want to explore finding the “eureka” moment(s) in our lives, and how we react when the right answer arrives at our pretty little toes … Now, the real work begins.

Be well this morning and please take care!

CultFit Frozen

6 Comments on “K(now)ing”

  1. Sandra says:

    What a great idea. Eureka moment for me? Seeing a photograph of me at the ER, banged up from my bike wreck. Wow, that’s me? What have I allowed myself to become. . . Some sting a bit, but in the end, are a good thing.

    • CultFit says:

      Seeing an image of ourselves, either in a picture, or hobbling past a department store mirror? Really hit home after an injury or setback in life. I’m going to strip away some layers and share how important these moments were and still are to me. And also how we choose to ignore them … Its minus something outside right now? Want to head out for a bike ride?!? No way! Stay warm and please take care today. 🙂

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