We leave something out, and-so a shadow of doubt… and we know, We’re much better than this.
I prefer not to sit in the same seat all the time.
I play musical chairs, and see what I find.
And, I’ve found that most like to sit in the same seat all the time, where they’re comfortable and right.
As long as one knows where another sits, outcomes are predictable. And, unless one’s planned for a desired outcome, and anticipating the behavior of the other… we fall prey to our seat, and react as we think we should. We’re then simply faced with a new story, while remaining in the same seat; perhaps further stuck than we were before. The other’s seat may or may not have changed either. Likely not.
I paint, and I fish, and I wish,
And I wonder a lot, and I question the way that we live.
What am I doing? Was I having fun? What’s going wrong that I’m losing?
It’s-not just about me and the choices I make.
Many don’t care what I’m choosing.
The sky is like art. We’re all looking at the same thing, but we’re all experiencing something different; seeing it differently and feeling differently about what we’re seeing. The experience is very personal and very much a thing of presence, in the moment, or lack there of.
It’s just not the right time,
Or it’s not the right Bait.
You have a choice:
Continue (as you are) and Wait.
Or, switch it up, and try something else.