A Meditation on Life: A Confession

I am not as awesome as I would like to be.

I feel forever torn between my virtues and vices…

… my hopes, dreams, and desire for meaning screaming YES!

… and my base desires for pleasure, ease, and self-preservation screaming NO!

Alas, the lazy, frightened animal in me wins that tug of war more often than I care to admit.

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2 thoughts on “A Meditation on Life: A Confession

    • Indeed. Such radical honesty and self awareness opens the door to personal growth… and forgiveness of others. Also, the rifts between competing ideologies will never be healed (perhaps transcended is the right word) by self-righteousness, but by a courageous humility that begins with “number one”. In gratitude and peace.


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