I went on a trip of sorts this weekend. Got to think over a lot of things, ranging from family to sustainability to goals, etc. One topic I mulled over that I’d like to share has to do with this trichotomy of mind, body, and soul.
… until my 26th birthday.
… in New York.
Being rather introverted, I oftentimes find myself analyzing the scenes around me. I look at the arrangement of people in a space, how they interact, and how they are prodded to social order. I hear snippets of conversations, and gaze at the invisible lines drawn between one person’s eyes and those around her.
I’ve been reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, and one insight of his really stood out to me today: “Yet deep down they know they are avoiding something important. That’s the most common form of laziness: laziness by staying busy.” – Robert Kiyosaki