But what could happen if you unplugged from that point of view, if you just gave yourself credit for your surroundings? You would then find yourself open and receptive to nature and the things she has to teach you. You could finally break the patterns that keep you returning to start. Just by simply saying to yourself I’ve gather enough firewood to get through the night.
Which at times can be the thing to do. Yet, I do so because after all this is about turning words into works. Or perhaps it’s the other way around. Sometime I’m lose track of if it’s the chicken or the egg. Meaning if it’s the writing or the progress that comes first. I’ll truly know is that they work hand and hand.
We saw another example of how life only guarantees the moment in which we are standing. All to often we guilt of saying, we are going to wait until tomorrow or even next week to really live. We put off the chance this moment to live life to its fullest. For what, why do all do this so often?
It’s that moment where Seneca weaved is way into the conversation. While it was only for a small phrase, it was one of the most important takeaways. “You have to find yourself a Cato.