If you think about it, an enormous amount of damage is created by the myth of utopia. There is an intrinsic feeling in nearly every person that your life could be perfect if you only had such-and-such a car or such-and-such a spouse or such-and-such a job. We believe we will be made whole by our accomplishments, our possessions, or our social status. It’s written in the fabric of our DNA that life used to be beautiful and now it isn’t, and if only this and if only that, it would be beautiful again.
The human story goes on.
A Million Miles in a Thousand Years: How I Learned to Live a Better Story
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“Limitless” thoughts by Danna Faulds resonate with my heart.
Sun says, “Be your own illumination.”
Wren says, “Sing your heart out, all day long.”
Stream says, “Do not stop for any obstacle.”
Oak says, “When the wind blows, bend easily, and trust your roots to hold.”
Stars say, “What you see is one small slice of a single modest galaxy. Remember that vastness cannot be grasped by mind.”
Ant says, “Small does not mean powerless.”
Silence says nothing. In the quiet everything comes clear.
I say, “Limitless.” I say, “Yes.”
Limitless: New Poems and Other Writings by Danna Faulds