Processing – takes time
When do you take time to process life?
Do you even take the time to process life? How much is enough time? What does ‘enough time’ look like, feel like? Is it prescribed? Is it flexible? Who decides how much time is enough for you?
We used to process photographs in many steps. It took physical passing of time, to see an image emerge. Now, the process is instantaneous. Millions of photos languish in the electronic ether.
How many images are on your phone right now? Do you even remember most of them? How many of the Images are almost identical?
Where and when do we process life, when all the obstacles, of obtaining just about anything we desire, have been removed? We have all been taken for a giant ride. We stand at the precipice of a new era. We stare at an abyss: the abyss of the age of communication, struggling to hold on to any glimpse of stability we have left. But what do we hold on to, when our external world is crumbling?
How do you remember to go back into your own wisdom? Into your own core of love, knowing and understanding? I do so by writing, reading, talking, photographing, editing, telling stories, exploring nature, talking with plants and animals. That is my processing.
How do you do it?
Ready to place time where it belongs? It belongs to you. For now, for today.
Ready to take flight into a different way of living, by allowing yourself time to process today?