Life isn’t as simple as we think. However, some may think that simplifying their life leads to their happiness. I got small book, full of reflection of life, colorful (unless one page while darkness is covering happiness), full of baldy Bod’s face and Aunt Flo. Alice gave it to me 3 days ago. ‘Bod’s Way – the meaning of life’. Pretty good, eventhough I am not Tao followers. it definitely worths having the book. It is said that it is the way of nature. Like water, it flows everywhere. Everything follows the way. Being comes from non-being. In with the whirl out the swirl. It sounds so simple, well … do you believe in your destiny?
Here comes the following words, There’s the wind’s way and the water’s way,…and there’s Bod’s way.
Everybody wants to know the way to happiness. Let the grass grow under your feet and never let your footprints get ahead of you. You have to be straight before you can bent, what goes up might come down. GO WITH THE FLO(w)! Is that the nature of life ??
We often sit in the silence without knowing why the silence speaks to us.The leaf achieves without words, the flower unfolds, the spider spins, the snail trails. The bee stumbles out ot the flower, drunk with honey. The silence is broken – a frog jumps in the water, plop! LIFE IS FOR SMILING.
The usefulness of what is not is like making a bowl out of clay, it’s the empty space inside the bowl that makes it useful. “What a stirring thought,” thinks aunt Flo ,”I couldn’t mix a cake in the bowl if it were full”
“I couldn’t put me helmet on if it had (huge) strawberry in it, or somebody else’s head.”
“I couldn’t fill my fuel tank unless it was empty”. Well … i couldn’t fill this weblog unless it was empty 🙂
we like to empty our head …then FILL IT WITH DREAMS.
Flo and Frank enjoy more peaceful things – like walking under the cherry trees when they’re in blossom. They’re sad when the blossom falls and the leaves and cherries have gone.(only branches left)
“But look!” says Bod “Now you can see more of the sky through the branches” … THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO LIVE OUR LIFES. Let they travel across spring stream streams, summer meadows, auntumn fields and winter snows.
Then … I close the book with full of smile. It, little bit, relieves my burdens.