When You Enjoy The Beauty That Surrounds You.

Location: Ruckle Provincial Park. Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada.

“Sometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye.”- H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

How many times have you heard “ You don’t know what you got until it’s gone.” The thought of not fully registering the assets and connections you create throughout your journey seems unequivocal in the precursor of that moment in time. I’ve found myself time and time again reflecting on what I’ve left behind when a chapter in my life unravels from an end to a new beginning. The words I should have shared, the decisions and actions I should have executed, taking the initiative to fully immerse myself in the acts that present themselves to me.

There’s very little to indicate what prosperity can come when you invest your attention towards the unknown. Apprehension naturally plays a role, and various emotions follow discrepancies that’ll delegate your overall outcome. As hard as I’ve attempted to acknowledge this concept and place it in practice, the success rate hasn’t changed prominently to my favor.

This rigorous examination has prompted me to enact critical thinking on the matter and lay my focus and intuition fixated on any given moment that embodies probable adventure. In the course of one’s individual life, what anecdotes and memories are harbored and stored in the biological hard drive that coincides with the light of consciousness? A bounteous amount of events can occur within the lifespan of one self. What places me to question the formality mentioned above is how the mental landscape of this individual would resemble if the perception towards the experience changed? How could a scenario have registered in the plain of time with an altered receptive mindset?

It makes you wonder what could have happened if we would have said yes to a face asking for a helping hand. It placed you in a state of curiosity when an opportunity presented itself to you, but you decided it wasn’t the right course of action to act upon at that given moment in your life. Retain as clear of a perspective as you possibly can when it comes to new opportunities and events that cross your path. You’re bound to make mistakes along the way, but with implementing a practice to govern your ability to receive as much context to new and unfamiliar events, with time, you’ll be able to gain a clear line of sight of where your focus needs to be, and what your energy needs to ignore.


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