Waiting for the other shoe
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Waiting for the other shoe

We spend a lot of time in life waiting.

Waiting for opportunities. Waiting for someone or something to change. Waiting for something to show up that we believe we don’t have.

In that space of waiting is wanting.

Wanting serves a purpose until it doesn’t.

We live in a contrasting universe. There’s no up without down. In without out. Happy without sad. They exist at the same time.

Where something isn’t, something else is.

It’s not personal, it’s principle. Nature abhors a vacuum.

We see what we focus on.

While waiting for the other shoe to drop, you might find that it already has and you missed the moment.

What’s already present, right here, right now, waiting for you to notice?