A Future Bleak or Bright?

by Christopher Lovejoy on September 21, 2021

you might have heard it said: “crush your limits”
but I say “be a caregiver of your apparent limits”

We have heard it said that “you can only do so much; you can only go so far with who you are and what you have,” but are these declarations actually true? Not unless you’ve tested your limits, and not unless you’ve tested your assumptions about what you believe are your limits.

Existential + Experiential = ?

Speaking of limits, we can discuss two fundamental limits worthy of mention here: (1) hardcore limits (existential limits) informed by the senses; and (2) softcore limits (experiential limits) informed by the mind. This post focuses primarily on exploring and exposing softcore limits.


existential, adj.
of, relating to, or affirming, existence, e.g., “I have my existential limits”

experiential, adj.
involving, or based on, experience and observation, e.g., “I like to think I know my experiential limits”

Over ten years ago, in my first year of blogging on this site, I broached the wisdom of accepting limits in a post called A Path of Fulfillment, where I introduced readers to the world of Huna Wisdom, which comprises seven principles of action in a world of apparent limits.

For ease of reference, I present them here for your contemplation:


Ike (ee-kay)
Huna Principle 1: the world is what you think it is

Kala (kah-lah)
Huna Principle 2: there are no limits

Makia (mah-key-ah)
Huna Principle 3: energy flows where attention goes

Manawa (mah-nah-wah)
Huna Principle 4: now is the moment of power

Aloha (a-loh-hah)
Huna Principle 5: to love is to be happy with

Mana (mah-nah)
Huna Principle 6: all power comes from within

Pono (poh-noh)
Huna Principle 7: ‘effective’ is the measure of truth

Note well the brevity of these simple albeit potent statements. Not only do they offer pointers on what truly matters in life, they also guide the seeker of mastery along a path of wisdom that brings mastery.

For my purposes here, and for obvious reasons, I am particularly interested in the second principle, the principle of Kala (there are no limits), and I would like readers to view and treat this principle within a context of principles that serves to inform Kala more deeply and richly.

We begin by saying “there are no limits, experientially speaking.” Another way of putting this is to say “there are no experiential limits.” Or, more colloquially, one might offer “there are no softcore limits as and when we (consciously, deliberately) generate and perpetuate an experience of reality.”

So how does one generate and perpetuate an experience of reality without apparent limits?

A Different Way to Pray

Have you ever wondered why people pray?

Here, we’re not just talking about religious people. Secular people pray, too; they’re not immune to hoping and wishing and asking. In a tough situation, they might make a silent request for help to no one in particular, or, after a tough break, ask for a second chance “from above.”

It seems that everyone is praying for something or other, at some time or another, even if it’s to no one in particular, but have you ever noticed just how revealing, and just how nakedly selfish, these private and powerful requests can be when the yearnings consume the petitioners?

Myself included, it seems that everyone, in their own ways, at one time or another, has yearned for some divine intervention so that their lives or loves were made better, brighter, or at least a bit easier, as if by magic, which is fine, as far as it goes, but might there be a better way?

Where existential limits are impossible to breach ~ there’s no running through a brick wall, and there’s no walking through a wall of people packed inside a tight space ~ experiential limits arise somewhere between hard and fast limits and our beliefs about navigating said limits.

Maybe the brick wall that appears out of nowhere is virtual in nature, a digital composite, made to look so real that no one can tell the difference from the genuine article, and maybe the wall of people might be forgiving if they relinquish what little space they have to “let me through!”

Entertaining maybes in the midst of testing reality requires a practice of seeking clarity with discernment: “what can I control and what must I accept?”: acceptance of hard and fast limits, clarity about what I can and cannot control, and discernment around exercising said control.

In the presence of hard and fast limits, with no opportunity to exercise control, one has no choice but to live and learn the lesson of fortitude and strength: “what is my need and what must I do to meet it?”

A Living, Loving, Lasting Practice

so how does one generate and perpetuate an experience of reality without apparent limits?
what can I control and what must I accept? what is my need and what must I do to meet it?
two practical paradoxes: existential limits are temporary; experiential limits are everlasting

A full comprehension of Kala requires a mastery of two paradoxes in practice: (1) that hardcore limits are temporary in a state of flow; and (2) that softcore limits are everlasting, in view of someone perpetually generating and elaborating a desirable, enjoyable experience of reality.

I allow myself to take a moment to consider what follows, deeply and fully:

when I think or speak the word limitless, I am bound by the word limit

In view of this admission, I allow myself to realize as follows, deeply and fully:

in fulfillment, I am free to flow without any preconception of limits, without any preoccupation with limits

In view of this inspiration, I take a moment to reflect on this fallback position:

what can I control and what must I accept? what is my need and what must I do to meet it?

I now consider the questions that follow, as deeply and fully as I possibly can:

need I control anyone or anything? need I accept anyone or anything?

To complete the circuit, I circle back to contemplate as follows, deeply and fully:

I am free to flow without any preconception of limits, without any preoccupation with limits

Sounds good on paper, but “how do I remain attuned to a state of ecstasy or exaltation as I realize a constancy of flow through space and time amidst all manner of apparent limits, both hardcore and softcore? For an answer, we would do well to broach the topic of emotional toxicity.

Why is Humanity so Toxic, Emotionally Speaking?

For all sorts of reasons, humans are presently in a bad state, regardless of how privileged they might think they are. Civilizational constriction, chaos, and confusion seem to rule the day. The shadow of global tyranny is lurking, and threatening, and seeming to grow by the day.

The reasons why are so unbelievably and breathtakingly simple and easy to innerstand that it beggars belief, and can be neatly summed up with the following two descriptors: (1) authoritarian projection without justification; and (2) authoritarian imposition without permission.


authoritarian projection without justification: “I hate you because you appear to be _____”
authoritarian imposition without permission: “You must because it’s the right thing to do!”

The first occurs under the assumption of authority and involves talking trash about some one or some group in particular without any sound reasons for doing so. The second occurs under the presumption of authority and involves telling others what to do regardless of legitimacy.

Both of these forms of narcissistic abuse are quite telling: the first embodies the expression “guilty until proven innocent;” the second embodies the expression “do as I say, not as I do.” Both have been normalized, both are reflexive in nature, and both are immature beyond belief.

From a cosmic point of view, from the point of view of a spiritually, emotionally mature species, it could be said that humankind, with relatively few notable exceptions, is a species of children acting out inside a nursery who have spoiled their nest with all manner of toxic influences.

The depth and breadth of emotionally toxic influence alone is quite staggering.


indicators of emotional toxicity

I feel down on myself more often than I would care to admit
I have a strong tendency to talk trash about myself or others
I feel unworthy and/or undeserving of happiness or success
I have a tendency to bear a lot acute/chronic guilt or shame
I feel anxious and worried about the future much of the time
I harbor persistent fears of being criticized, controlled, rejected
I harbor persistent fears of losing control of myself or loved ones
I harbor strong and persistent fears of failing and succeeding
I harbor strong and persistent fears of illness, aging, or death
I tend to feel defensive or offensive with others a lot of the time
I tend to feel jealous or envious when I bear witness to successes
I often tend to feel angry (impatient, frustrated, resentful)
I have a habit of getting stuck inside my head with my thinking
I tend to feel underwhelmed or overwhelmed a lot of the time
I have a strong tendency to react negatively to bad news
I hate that I cannot think calmly and clearly about things
I tend to ruminate on things when they don’t go my way
I don’t know why I feel so compelled to be critical of others
I feel so irritated or annoyed when someone gets on my nerves
I tend to feel more apathetic or depressed than I would like
I don’t like feeling so victimized in this world full of troubles
I feel so unsure of myself when I second-guess my decisions
why oh why do I feel so alienated and isolated from others?
I hate that I feel that I have to endure living in a toxic relationship
why do I feel like such a doormat when others tell me what to do?
I mentally rehearse too much before “stepping up to the plate”
I feel mad, bad, or sad more often than I would care to admit
why do I feel so blocked from tapping into my inner peace?

For whatever reasons, humanity absolutely refuses to grow up and heal, but why?

Might there be a proverbial “worm at the core” that it can not or will not face?

The Erosion of Subjective and Collective Identity

One could be generous and say that humanity is all too willing, yet unable, to rise to the challenge of healing and growth, but what exactly is the cause that is generating and perpetuating this challenge? And how is it proving to be too much for human consciousness to process?

Before I address these questions, let’s do a quick detour into emotional toxicity.

Emotional toxicity activates the stress response, which, more or less, restricts the capacity to heal. Root causes of this type of toxicity include (1) be(lie)fs that condition personal exploration and limit personal expression; (2) daily adversities and difficulties; (3) toxic relationships; (4) social engineering and psychological programming; (5) emotional trauma (both direct and indirect); (6) internal value conflicts; (7) a poor sense of personal worth generated, exacerbated, and perpetuated by chronic anxiety, doubt, worry, regret, anger, guilt, or shame.

From a holistic point of view ~ indeed, from a systems point of view ~ the causes interact in complex ways, creating entangled ricochet effects that serve as causes to generate, exacerbate, and perpetuate further effects that in turn become causes for yet more effects ad infinitum.

From a personal, subjective perspective, this is a lot to process, cognitively and emotionally, but from a healthy, vital, robust, collective, and civilizational perspective, these root causes are really just catalysts for healing and growth in view of a vision of optimization, not perfection.

The most pressing issue for anyone to address and assess right now is the erosion of subjective identity (unworthy, undeserving, not lovable, not capable, not good enough), but this issue addresses mentality, not physicality, which includes deficits or imbalances in the bioenergetic fields of the body from poor diet, lack of exercise, a sedentary lifestyle, and biological/chemical toxicities.

This erosion of subjective identity manifests as an erosion of collective identity, which in turn contributes to the erosion of subjective identity; addressing, assessing, and resolving this one core issue, subjectively and collectively, is the path to genuine calm, clarity, and contentment.

So why is this issue not being addressed, assessed, and resolve en masse?

The Fundamental Conflict at the Heart of Humanity

A fundamental conflict has infected the heart of humanity from the very beginning, and is expressible as two opposing statements of intent: “I must use you and, if necessary, abuse you, to get what I need and want” and “I am willing to help you to help yourself to know yourself.”

The first embodies a service to self, one that serves to establish a completely separate identity from other identities, from the greater whole of which we are all a part; the second embodies a service to other, one that serves to establish rapport with other interdependent identities.

Where the first type of identity is not immune to exercising seduction, deception, invalidation, manipulation, and exploitation in relation to others, the second type is not immune to using empathy and compassion with intuition and insight to offer genuine love, trust, and care.

In light of these vital distinctions, how does this conflict play out in human affairs?

Narcissistic Abuse: The Worm at the Core

The self-absorbing, self-defining, self-protecting, and self-serving narcissistic character trains the self to serve the self in relation to others, by whatever means necessary, while viewing and treating others ~ “the others” ~ as helpful or useful tools to get what it most needs and wants.

This characterization by itself is not all that interesting; what is interesting is how this character type galvanizes and mobilizes others to do its bidding. We can see this dynamic play out in families that are ruled by narcissistic parents and in workplaces ruled by narcissistic bosses.

What is even more interesting is how this dynamic can be extended to the human family itself, but before we go there, let’s back up a bit to examine just some of the roles that people play in reaction to handling the deep, dark, dense influences of narcissistic abuse and neglect.

We know through clinical research and practice that a disorder of character or personality cannot be diagnosed without (1) clear evidence of emotional dysregulation in clients that adversely affects their lives, and (2) the accompaniment of a report of intense subjective distress.

If a narcissistic character is dysregulated but not distressed, there can be no diagnosis. If said character is distressed, but shows no evidence of dysfunction, there can be no diagnosis. If this character causes others to be dysfunctional or distressed, again, there can be no diagnosis.

The term “narcissist” is more than a mere buzzword to describe a negatively selfish person. A narcissist is a moral monster, a moral island unto itself, a negative reactive entity focused exclusively on meeting externalities, so much so that it sacrifices personhood at the expense of others.

Appearances to the contrary, the empathy of a narcissist is served cold from behind a carefully cultivated façade. This façade might be one of charm, charisma, and confidence, but, as the narcissist ages (and rages), both the charm and the charisma fade into a forceful albeit shaky confidence.

A narcissist is wholly alienated from its own inner being; in its place lies a more-or-less powerful black hole for a soul ~ not unlike a demonic possession ~ that manifests as a more-or-less grasping, antagonizing, invalidating, gaslighting, opposing, scapegoating, threatening force.

In the face of resistance, these self-righteous, self-protective forces of darkness will do almost anything to get their way, and in families and workplaces everywhere, these dark forces will seduce, deceive, manipulate, and exploit to get their way ~ “it’s my way or the highway.”

In workplaces everywhere, where walking on eggshells is par for the course, narcissistic characters are key drivers of productivity, all the way from the young ambitious clerk with a flair for the dramatic to the charming, charismatic, confident CEO with a wicked mean streak.

In families everywhere, narcissistic characters are the mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, or in-laws who present as acceptable, even respectable, but whose dark sides are all too apparent to those who have to bear them and put up with them.

The unsung heroes who bear this darkness come in a variety of flavors.

There’s the golden child of the family groomed to bring glory to the narcissistic parent, groomed to hold said parent in a favorable light, all the while having to bear the guilt of watching siblings get hammered (antagonized, invalidated, gaslighted, scapegoated) into submission.

And then there’s the truth teller, the one who cannot help but speak truth to power, but in so doing, attracts unfavorable attention, not only from the narcissistic parent(s), but from the enablers who attempt to rationalize away the immoralities of the narcissistic abuse and neglect.

In a narcissistic family dynamic, the sensitive child is the invisible child, the one who instinctively employs the method of grayrocking in a bid to keep narcissistic abuse and neglect to a minimum. The helper, on the other hand, bears the abuse and neglect to “do better as a helper.”

And the scapegoat, who may or may not be a truth teller, is forced to bear the brunt of it all.

These same roles (and more) play out in workplaces polluted by narcissistic abuse and neglect. A black hole for a soul is the center of gravity for all manner of bootlicking, complimenting, enabling, fawning, firewalling, grayrocking, helping, rationalizing, submitting, and truth telling.

A colossal waste of time, yes, but as long as “things get done,” there’s little if any significant pushback.

With any narcissistic family dynamic, we would do well to be mindful of three categories of emotional toxicity: toxic negativity, toxic neutrality, and toxic positivity. The first: the ruthless, relentless abuse and neglect; the second: the spiritual death of not speaking truth; and the third: the cowardly attempts to rationalize away the brutalities and cruelties of a moral monster.

These monsters either cannot or will not change their ways over time, or if they do, the changes are minimal. In light of this bleak prognosis, herewith, two known treatments of value for (not) dealing with them: (1) no contact, or, if no contact seems possible, then (2) low contact.

For an example of the second treatment, low contact, consider this poignant prescription for a family dinner in the presence of one or more narcissists, from a truth teller commenting on a YouTube video about dealing with narcissistic abuse and neglect during the holidays:

There is nothing more traumatic for a narcissist than to be in a room full of “friends” and relatives who are paying little or no attention to their digs, insults, and complaints. The less focus that goes to the narcissist, the more enjoyable it will be. Your suggestions to focus on the children and their activities is wonderful. Finding a role within the chaos (helping in the kitchen, playing with the dog, engaging the kids, keeps you almost out of range of shots fired, hooks baited, or unpleasant comments. Early departure works well, too! Merry Christmas!

Here, the principle of Makia ~ energy flows where attention goes ~ is key.

Narcissistic abuse and neglect are very real phenomenon, hiding and lurking behind thick walls of shame, and judging from the interest in this subject matter on YouTube (and elsewhere), it is very, very widespread, not only in families and workplaces, but in the world as a whole.

So let’s talk about a world consumed by narcissistic abuse and neglect.

Didn’t You Know? Cares-piracies Conceal Cons-piracies!

Earlier in this post, I presented two reasons why I thought humanity is so emotionally toxic ~ which, in my mind, are really two confessions of impotence in the face of challenge, both real and apparent, as well as two vicious cycles of cause and effect that contaminate relationship:


authoritarian projection without justification: “I hate you because you appear to be _____”
authoritarian imposition without permission: “You must because it’s the right thing to do!”

The first confession of impotence arises out of the second confession of impotence: insistence is bound to provoke resistance, causing insisters and resisters alike to look for clues they’re in contact with each other; in times of threat, narcissistic abuse and neglect become adaptive.

In the face of a grave threat, when time is of the essence, a strong leader doesn’t have time to be good, kind, and sweet, which begs the question: is this world facing a grave threat, and if so, what is it exactly? In other words, in what ways might global security and prosperity be at risk?

The specter of overpopulation comes to mind, as does widespread devastation on a global scale.

Is it not obvious that a global elite of malefactors and/or benefactors is expediting the creation of a global infrastructure that transforms this world from the inside out under the guise of a pandemic?

Is it not obvious that a global system of surveillance that includes a global social credit system is being established to form the basis of a New World Order that boasts a technocratic web of control? And that humans are facing the end of politics and culture as they once knew it?

What sort of world do you suppose would arise in the wake of being issued (a) a global digital health passport; and (b) a global digital identity passport for, among other things, accessing the Internet, alongside being expected to buy into (c) a global digital currency? Any ideas?

I invite you to think in terms of liberty and privacy.

Think about it: would a high social credit score not entitle you to more liberty and privacy? Or would said liberty and privacy become obsolete? And, would the “two confessions of impotence” not become redundant under such a carefully conditioned, curated, and controlled system?


authoritarian projection without justification: “I hate you because you appear to be _____”
authoritarian imposition without permission: “You must because it’s the right thing to do!”

And what has any of this have to do with the rise of narcissistic abuse and neglect?

Diagnosis, Prognosis, Prescription

For those who are paying attention, they have every reason to believe that (1) the so-called pandemic is a scam; (2) there was no increase in total deaths during the alleged pandemic; (3) deaths spiked immediately after the introduction of the COVID-19 “vaccines;” (4) deaths from the delta variant of the COVID-19 virus are, in reality, deaths from the COVID-19 “vaccines.”

This, from a funeral director who can no longer remain silent.

He went on to add that X-shaped internment camps, with capacities for 30,000, that come with mortuaries and crematoria, are now being built for those who refuse the “vaccine,” a concoction that is now leaving behind a wake of injuries and deaths, including heart attack and stroke, blood clotting, and multiple organ failures, even in those deemed young, healthy, and fit.

So what are we to make of all this in view of the push for a New World Order?

The “vaccine,” of course, is not a vaccine, not the traditional inoculation that everyone once knew ~ those days are long gone ~ but a strange concoction that includes mRNA, hydrogel, and graphene oxide. Many people are dying from this toxic brew and many are being harmed.

Sadly, through the imposition of “vaccine boosters,” many more will die and be harmed, and will all be attributed to a “variant.” Not to worry, though, the batch numbers on the “vaccine” packages will ensure that this is a selective process. The privileged among us need not worry.

At least not yet.

This charade called “pandemic” isn’t about health and safety ~ never has been ~ it’s all about control. The name of the game has always been called “Control Control Control:” control of body, control of mind, control of spirit. To understand why, one need only grasp the fundamental conflict at the heart of humanity that is playing out on the global stage with deadly consequences.

On this stage, the rise of narcissistic abuse and neglect is a product of two types of players: (1) those presuming to know what’s best for humanity and doing whatever it takes to realize a technocratic vision where privacy and liberty have become memories for the restless many; and (2) those who presume to benefit from aligning themselves with this vision, even at the risk of their own lives.

Like families everywhere, the human family has its own narcissistic equivalent. The narcissistic characters in this drama are just as capable, if not more so, of presenting as acceptable, even respectable, and the unsung heroes who would resist them or expose them are also present.

The golden children are the privileged ones among us, of course ~ the ones with the payola and the perks to advance the narcissistic charge, to reassure their siblings that all is well, even when it isn’t ~ especially when it isn’t ~ all the while selling their souls to Lucifer with diktats.

One might wonder if they’ve become too afraid to admit they even have a conscience.

And then there are the truth tellers ~ bless their hearts ~ who go out of their way to bring light to dark, speaking truth to power, while risking their livelihoods and getting censored in the process. Truth tellers also get to bear the brunt of ridicule when the golden children enable.

And then there are the legions of helpers who do what they can to advance the agenda, oblivious to the harm they do, as well as the legions of invisible children hiding in the shadows, being good little gray rocks and doing what they’re told, while suffering and dying in the process.

And let’s not forget the scapegoats who lose their reputations and livelihoods for speaking out.

All around the world, these roles are being played out. At the top of the pyramid of power, a black hole for a soul is the center of gravity for all manner of bootlicking, complimenting, enabling, fawning, firewalling, grayrocking, helping, rationalizing, submitting, and truth telling.

A colossal waste of time, yes, but in the absence of effective pushback, “things get done.”

On the global stage, then, we have the relentless abuse and neglect of a global agenda coming to life in real time; we have a cowardly mass of enablers making excuses; and we have a slow, relentless process of spiritual death afflicting a species too dumbed down to know any better.

Those in charge will not change their ways over time, or if they do, the changes will be minimal. In light of this bleak prognosis, one cannot even rely on the tried and true treatments of value for dealing with them: (1) no contact, or, if no contact seems possible, then (2) low contact.

Rather, a spiritual bypass will most assuredly result in visits to the internment facilities.

There’s no rocket science here: one either plays Russian Roulette with health and life to welcome with open arms a new world order as described above, or one joins with others to create an alternative, one that bypasses Control, Control, Control, but one that also risks a clash with those who would relinquish privacy and liberty for the sake of safety, security, stability, and satisfaction.

Beyond Hope: Three Pieces of Advice

Of course, there is hope; more than hope, though, is passion, within reason, with imagination. The first piece of advice I would offer here is “please, stop wasting your time, money, and energy on things that no longer matter!” The second piece? Practice the magic of C cubed!

C cubed is a method for dispatching fear, doubt, worry, anger, sorrow, and grief. Think of these emotions as e-motions, as energies in motion ~ not as stale, static, stagnant pools of darkness. To get a handle on what I mean, consider this clever prescription for emotional freedom:


C is for Cease:
cease persisting in negative thought, cease resisting reactive feeling, and accept where you are

C is for Change:

change your tune (your state) by humming, chanting, singing, dancing, laughing, breathing!

C is for Choose:
choose a positive thought to counter any negative thought that perpetuates a mood or a state

In light of this prescription, realize too that (1) some e-motions are simply too powerful to compose and control, and that (2) a safe place is required to let them have their way with you, and that (3) a moment of reflection usually reveals the source of these unstoppable up swells.

I allow myself to draw on these reflections to inform my choices in the future.

My third piece of advice is to give a close reading to the words that follow:

if thou would’st master care and pain,
unfold this book and read and read again
its blessed leaves, whereby thou soon shalt see
the past, the present, and the days to be
with opened eyes; and all delight, all grief,
shall be like smoke, as empty and as brief

This epigram is found at the end of a Vatican manuscript of Meditations, and captures the perennial appeal of this book, which inspires one to “master care and pain” with insights that elevate mind and heart above worldly concern ~ above things craved and above things feared.

In my reading of this classical work, I see an opportunity to stretch my worldly wisdom in the face of tyranny (both local and global), for the mastery of care and pain, with the realization that many centuries have passed since it first made an appearance on the world stage.

In other words, return to what resonates and keep entertaining the rest.

There Are No Limits: Kala Redux

In flow, from a cosmic perspective, existential limits feel permanent, but are temporary; experiential limits, though everlasting, remain fleeting, both in and out of time. The key to Kala, then, is to embrace, to ingest and digest, the paradoxical nature of these limits through space and time.

With Kala, I can expose and pose the motherlode of all questions: what must I do to explore and create, generate and perpetuate, engage and enjoy, an experience of reality without apparent limits?

So how do I bliss my way through life, even as I contemplate and cultivate a constancy of flow through space and time amidst all manner of apparent limits? How do I move beyond { what can I control and what must I accept? what is my need and what must I do to meet it? }?

The answer lies with contemplating and cultivating, with passion, within reason, with imagination, an intimate relationship with Ekos Sacred in tandem with an ecstatic relationship with Eros Divine.

But what is Ekos Sacred? And what is Eros Divine?
By way of response, I shall draw on Huna Wisdom.

Stay tuned.

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Remember, that to change your mind and follow someone else’s correction or prescription are both consistent with exercising free will. For the action is yours alone ~ to fulfill its purpose in keeping with your impulse and judgment, and yes, your intelligence

~ Marcus Aurelius, Meditations, 8.16

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When we set the mind to a task, it is best to follow through,
but we dare not make ourselves prisoners of determination:
conditions change, circumstances arise, new facts appear;
if we cannot adapt, if we simply persist, unable to adjust,
are we then no better than puppets, robots, and zombies?

The key is not a will made of iron, but a will made of bamboo,
one that draws on passion, within reason, with imagination,
one that clears perception and impulse with discernment,
one that draws constantly on sane, sound, serene judgment
to act effectively and efficiently for all the right reasons

Flexibility inside flow brings with it a lasting kind of strength;
combined with strength, the resulting resiliency is unstoppable

~ yours

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