“We can all be free, but only if we learn to assign paramount value to what we can control (our motivations and reactions), treat what we cannot control with equanimity, and view our circumstances as opportunities to do well and be well, no matter what happens to us through misfortune or the actions of other people.” This summary of Epiticus’ book by Princeton University Press is spot on.
Whether you are working full time, a student, a retiree, homeless or in prison, you can be free. You are free to make the moments and the days better.
To Be Free
Frreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee All day long, day after day Or just moments to be free. Do what you know is better. And in your zone of genius Explore and observe Find awe and wonder, Nature baby, get nature. Forgiving, moving forward Love, Love oneself, others Reach for positive feedback Follow heart, listen. Activities purposely resonate joy Align thoughts, emotions, values Awake well being, excitement Time flies, yet treasured. Homemade, healthy, relaxed I am available to be free List, relate, create, write Organize, wash, discover.