The only sensible way to be
I am a warrior and a poet.
I am an emperor and a fool.
I am strategic and spontaneous.
I am passionate and detached.
I am wild and a homebody.
I am a lone wolf and empathetic to others.
I am a lion and a lamb.
We are multi-dimensional beings.
To the logical mind, our true nature is enigmatic. Contradictory. Dissonant.
So we suppress our true nature to appease our logical minds. We condition ourselves to believe we are only one way, and can only be this way. We manifest a personality to conform to this.
(If you ever want to see a multi-dimensional way of being manifest in reality, spend time with young children. Their logical minds have not fully taken over yet).
Why does this matter?
What would you rather be?
Embody the full extent of your multi-dimensional nature that knows no bounds, but makes little sense to your logical mind? Or play it logical by continuing to propagate the one-dimensional version your mind conditioned you to believe?
You don’t need me to tell you which one aligns you with your highest potential.
This is why it matters.
“In a world of the ordinary and predictable, be a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.”
— Michael Bassey Johnson, Song of a Nature Lover
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