Grinding life and just came back from the flu. There’s pressure living, and there’s consequences if not handled properly. Everything requires my effort applied liberally for me to exist. I rejoice and am grateful for the pressure of living, it’s like an invitation for my input and my voice. The pressure means I am still part of life on Earth, and have potential to affect life on Earth to be more acceptable. First item on my list is to affect my own life on Earth to be more true to ethics while genuine. I write a lot about living on this physical plane and my way of life is not perfect meaning I still have habits I consider bad and shouldn’t exist. I’m not at the stage where I’ve found and implemented solutions successfully to share something valuable. But this list was like a hit list and I whittled the list down to a number I can count on one hand. It’s fun understanding myself more deeply and on merit of depth alone realize a solution. But there’s this one point no matter how I tackle, flies in the face of reason to remain part of my routine.
If I count the years, it was probably part of my life when I was 7. Assuming the first 7 years of a child’s life the child designs 90% of personalities and behaviours, man it’s difficult fighting against your first 7 years. Impurity is just one moment done wrong. It doesn’t matter that you’ve handled the rest right. You can say that’s the standard from which one can aspire to.