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May 10, 2019 12:00:05

Continuous Movement and Stillness by @nomadavirtual

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Jan 10, 2019 23:47:35 @nomadavirtual 


" There are so many things to see, taste, feel and experience"

I find myself in an endless search, an endless movement. Never stop long enough to appreciate, and won't move fast enough to evolve. A constant movement that makes everything seem smaller. Nowhere to belong, or maybe just for a little while. I envy the calmness of those who can stay stagnant, but at the same time, I condemn it. How do they go forward? Do they live in constant conformity? Or are they just in a different type of movement?

At the same time, I love this constant movement of mine, it makes me flexible, ever-changing, in constant accretion. There are so many things to see, taste, feel and experience. But sometimes, it feels like there is no movement at all. I'm just in the stillest of waters that just observe everything around in constant movement. A constant in an ocean of change.

How long can we be in a moving current, until it feels like there's no movement at all? I think that is why we flow to different rivers, to feel the excitement of the unknown flow and remind us what that new, unknown continuous movement feels like until it turns to stillness in our eyes.

Stillness in Movement.


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