December 13


Growing whole to have and be (about “types of people” and/or situations).

There are no “types” of situations. Every moment is unique. Resorting to bringing up scenarios with which to frame the moment is a denial what is, a failure to be and have. You can win the challenge of the moment by effortlessly and non-resistingly having within you whatever is presenting, or you can abdicate your own real and true presence to deflect in someway and fail to meet the challenge of the moment, and the opportunity to grow whole. Likewise, there are no “types of people”. There are “types” of behaviors that people fall into, which is their own pattern of deflecting, and failing to meet the challenge to have the presence of the uniqueness of the moment.

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