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I’m too tired to write this blog post, but…

It’s 9:30pm Pacific Standard Time.

That’s not really late for a tried and true night owl like myself, but today has felt like a long day.

I’ve been at work since 8am and this is the first time I’ve been able to turn my attention inward enough to write something.

Other than “I am tired”, nothing seems fitting to say.

Here’s Today’s Two Cents:

Every feeling, including the sensation of being discombobulated, is part and parcel of the richness of being alive.

The goal of inner work isn’t to “get into the zone” and stay there for every single second of our existence. The goal is to recognize that every moment is sacramental–that even our state of feeling disconnected from what really matters is nothing less than a perfect expression, however unorthodox, of everything that really matters.

At least that’s the way I see it… even on days like today.

Cheers, T.K.

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  1. T.K. , Happy you wrote the post in spite of being too tired to! Very comforting to know I don’t have to stay “in the zone” in every moment, that all states I may be in are equally as sacred or as you said, sacramental, as any others.
    Hope you get some good sleep tonight!
    Cheers to you! 🙂

  2. T.K.: Oh my, this is a wonderful post!! Good though adjustment for me today, as I feel discombobulated and hard on myself for being so. If this is part of the richness of being alive, then “I’m rich, I’m rich!!!” LOL



  3. Yes indeed! I know exactly where you are coming from. It is those tough, tiring days that will not get done fast enough to suit us that help us to appreciate the days that go by so smoothly. Its like walking in the valley then up to the mountain peak. The climb is tough but the view is spectacular.

  4. Read once: “Only the mediocre are always at their best.”

    The rest of us can “enjoy the richness of being alive” and human. And that “every moment is sacramental.”

    That some DOWN days illuminate the many UP days even moreso. And all the variations in between that fill in the wonderful colors in the canvas of our cherished lives.

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