Falling Away

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We have all seen this phenomenon,

a pile of papers,

books or blocks,

stacked so high

that the structure is no longer balanced and the whole pile starts to fall down.

 

Imagine if these layers were

assumptions and expectations,

world views,

accumulated stories of who,

what, when and where.

 

If the layers are light,

they might just float away.

No chasing,

no picking up,

no worry about where they might go,

just an unexpected opportunity 

to dismantle and be free

of the accumulation.