Of the many points that comes to mind to address this idea, it seems that it is best to understand wrestling and dancing in how it relates to each other in the art of living. Each has a partner that interacts with each other. The interaction varies by the difference of physical and mental capabilities.
The story of the stonecutter originated as a Japanese folk tale. It paints a picture of change and ourselves going through the evolutions of life…
“There was once a stonecutter who was dissatisfied with himself and with his position in life.
One day he passed a wealthy merchant’s house. Through the open gateway, he saw many fine possessions and important visitors. “How powerful that merchant must be!” thought the stonecutter. He became very envious and wished that he could be like the merchant.
This is a story about the present moment where our choices matter based on the entirety of life…
One day while walking through the wilderness a man stumbled upon a vicious tiger. He ran, but soon came to the edge of a high cliff. Desperate to save himself, he climbed down a vine and dangled over the fatal precipice…
Before spending our day on a fulfilling weekend, there is an importance to center our wellbeing so our physical, mental and spiritual bodies could be in alignment. This is related to our concerns, judgements, and overall functioning throughout our day. Necessities like food and water, supplements our growth as a flower gets the nourishment from the water and dew of the earth and sun from the sky. There is a reason for the daily needs to reconnect with life.
Let’s connect with a simple exercise to begin your day fulfilled and energized, in reestablishment, orderly, clear, and neutral to center ourselves with life.
Improper back posture leads to habits that could adhere to you for the rest of your life. Within our body, an array of veins and arteries work together pulsing with the heart. A well of circulation keeps us in tip top shape so organs, ligaments, etc. can get the nourishment it needs for sustainability and growth.
There is an introspection that one may adventure in life. It is to be a Living Philosophy. Philo means love and sophy means wisdom. Together it represents the love of wisdom. Defining love comes from the roots of our being. Wisdom is like knowledge, except with the touch to put our knowledge in practice within daily life. This in turn is on the road of learning who we are. Thus, the grand question reaches to the summit of “Who am I”. Questions lead to describe existence, meaning, and the discovery of our very nature.