The great prophets were described as madmen.
To lack intention is to feel adrift. Even in all the getting you might be doing, you will feel like you have nothing.
It’s a popular idea in new age thinking that you never fail at anything. They have a lot of hand waving and supposed insights, but no actual explanations. We can discuss an explanation today.
A rhetoric pie with no filling. Now comes the chocolate pudding. You do never fail.
What do you think failure is?
I don’t have a clue. Excellent. It’s not a helpful idea to have.
In Hawaiian culture, we don’t have a word for that. And don’t need one. I can think of few words as worthless as that one.
Failure is simply an incorrect solution? Actually, failure is the belief that you should see your idea show up in the solution.
There would be no success with out many failures. It’s why we experiment? There can be many failures and still no success, and I am not being pessimistic. There is a reason why. When your thoughts and your intentions are in disagreement, your activities seem to fail.
But the intent to find the right solution is there isn’t it? And you learn along the way which ways don’t work? You actually always have the right solution. The right one for you at least.
I am not success. I am not failure. I just am. You are a living being in a living world, and just as you would not leave your lover or your child or your beloved extended family, your spirit will not up and cut ties with the part of the world that supports you. It cannot and survive.
This is true. When re-evaluating a course of action you need to ask, “What am I trying to do? What is my intention?” This gets your thinking realigned. You try to solve problems you don’t have. Then get more upset when they don’t get solved. It doesn’t matter exactly where you are. It matters who you are, and your source is the source of your actual intentions as well.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.