Morning Meds; 1 19 20
Our personal internal conflicts can seem like a labyrinth.
Meditation allows us a bird’s eye view.
Once removed from the frenzy of the dilemma, we can see the maze as if drawn on a wooden disk.
The disk is floating in a sea of solutions, and we can see the pathway out.
I’m reminded of doing a maze with my four-year-old grandson, we came to a dead end, and I said, “Can’t get out that way.”
My grandsons’ eyes lit up, he drew a line through the dead end, smiled and said, “Look Papa, you can jump right over!”
Seemed right to me. Sometimes solutions are simpler than we’re taught.