Ode To All Good Vibrations

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“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them – that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.”
—Lao Tzu

I learned a few lessons from the wind: everything is temporary. One minute it’s there then it isn’t. It naturally moves. It’s not forced. It does not ask for attention. It’s just in its motion. It stays in its lane until it takes a turn to its true direction. You can’t see it. But you can feel it. Be like the wind. It is rooted but it flows.

Adulthood taught me so much about varying wavelengths and different vibrations between people, relationships, mentalities and ways to live life. There’s really no one way to live, to think, to be. And this isn’t a how to. I am just speaking from experience. I know at the end of the day, we are all just doing what’s best for us and making decisions that best fits the lifestyle we have. One of the key components to consistent good vibrations is learning to not get attached to ideas and dreams. It’s important to be accepting of the unpredictable. It’s helpful when you are malleable to change. The key is to learn to flow with the natural current of life. The key is to know the difference between a detour and a dead end.

To be honest, I’ve been at my happiest recently. I’m unapologetically in love with life!!! Instead of thinking about the negative parts, I try to think of the positives that will thrive from it. I’m holding on to what holds me. I’m letting go of things that are no longer there. It has only brought me a more rewarding life. And no, I’m not talking about money. I’m talking about louder laughs, carefree moments and deeper, more meaningful connections. That currency in life is priceless.

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