Where To?



No matter; here we are.


Which brings me to Seneca: "When a man [or woman] does not know what harbour he is making for, no wind is the right wind."


Nor then, would any wind be wrong. Any kind of weather? Nirvana!


Alan Watts once encouraged:


“Regard yourself as a cloud.  Clouds never make mistakes.  Did you ever see a cloud that was misshapen? Did you ever see a badly designed wave? No, they always do the right thing.  And if you will treat yourself for a while as a cloud or wave, you’ll realize that you can’t make a mistake whatever you do.  Because even if you do something that appears totally bizarre, it will all come out in the wash somehow or another.  Then through this capacity you will develop a kind of confidence.  And through confidence you will be able to trust your own intuition.”






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