In the summer we can look at a tree and clearly see if it is alive or dead and maybe it’s only some branches that are dead. It ‘s those dead branches that are a distraction and still take energy away from the part of the plant that is still alive. The bright light of summer reveals and last longer than any other time of the year. I believe that during the summer more than any other time of the year we’re can clearly see and are made aware of the dead wood.
Getting stuck and you’re facing more u-turns. You’re on a treadmill and you feel like you keep making the same mistake or turn or you think you’re not moving. This situation or feeling, I think can best be described by the quotes or prose from Pema Chödrön, and TS Eliot. The hope is that we when we make that loop we’ll have a different perspective.
(The Little Gidding is the last of T. S. Eliot’s Four Quartets)
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