Day 171: Mundane life

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to think and believe in some imaginary great moment in the future, which is not here now.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to discount this moment here now as mundane, without significance.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to define here/now moment as mundane, as a justification to ignore this physical moment here and live in some imaginary future moment in the mind.

“What I am walking here now is to make the mundane the most important“, shared a life-process walker, much common sense in those words.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not see/realize dismissing anything here/now, is kind of dismissing myself, life in another form, be it another being, a thing, a responsibility, in this I commit myself to ask the question what is insignificant, what is mundane? the mind yes will see only its energetic sources as significant and useful, for the mind a lot things are mundane.

When and as I see myself dismissing anything, any moment, or anyone as ‘insignificant’ or ‘mundane’, I stop I breathe, and remind myself, all things, all moments, all responsibilities, all beings, are here as life, of one source/substance, me in another life, in that taking a moment to pay attention, to give significance to that which is insignificant, to make it matter that which is mundane, in that way, I commit to integrate and amalgamate the oneness of life, and not accept and allow the separation of life.

Life is not a movie to fast-forward, rewind, or replay, life is here, all things here equally matters, what is insignificant or mundane is a mental projection. In terms of practical, time, physical reality considerations, yes its not possible to equally participate in all things in equal priority, but that doesn’t’ mean somethings are mundane or insignificant, worthy of dismissal. A homeless person begging in a downtown corner, how can their story be insignificant or mundane, granted self cannot readily resolve homeless crisis, but see the significance in that person’s situation and take stand to end homelessness for all, that stand will matter in the long run. Everything here matters, even the so-called mundane, I commit myself to make mundane the important.

Thanks for reading, inspired by #desteni

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