Much Ado About Nothing

In those rare moments when we might have been willing to do nothing, what did we do? Read a book? Watch television? Take a nap?

Have we forgotten what it means to do nothing, expect nothing, and be nothing? In our hectic lives, we are conditioned to believe that we need to stay busy and productive, but in the flurry of day-to-day life, we end up with health problems, relationship issues, and a loss of self.

Whether we choose yoga, meditation, or our own special path to nothingness, we find our spiritual selves in the silence. In our quest for purpose and peace, we need to do, expect, and be nothing.

In stillness, we appreciate everything, live fully each day, and know the importance of just being.

BlogBill Kint