We become so enraptured in our stories, in our own little world, that we lose sight of the bigger picture.
We think that a change in our reality means our world is falling apart. We sometimes grow hopeless. We become discouraged.
As if there wasn’t an entire universe still left to be embraced.
We are made to be resilient. Survival is our natural instinct.
When it feels like the world is falling apart take a moment to simply breathe. To pause. To zoom out from looking at the situation under a microscope. To remember that there is still so much available to you. That the universe hasn’t gone anywhere; it’s still here. There is still more for you.
The problem often lies inside our heads. In our imagination. In the file cabinets of our mind where we keep the memories, stories, and cinematics we entertain as so to make sense of things; as so to analyze, interpret, project.
Enough for now. Put the files down.
When we take a step away from being too close to our situation we can find fresh air. New hope. New beginnings. And a bigger reality we’ve too easily forgotten.