You’re either on the bus or off the bus

Kind of like the Yoda quote ‘do or do not there is no try’ or like ‘you can’t be a little pregnant’.

That doesn’t mean we are stuck where we are and can never change.  Grace Slick sings in the ‘Crown of Creation’ “life is change, how it differs from the rocks.  I’ve been this way to often for my liking”.  Buckaroo Bonsai put it this way “Wherever you go, there you are”. So ‘the more things change, the more they stay the same’.

What is the point of all this circumlocution?  I am profound?  Am I a buffoon?  Am I trying to be funny?  Am I trying to make a point?

All of the above.

Words can be used to make the point on either side of any argument.  Haste makes waste but A stitch in time saves nine.

Embrace paradox.  Keep moving.  Mind the Gap.  Pay attention.  That means attention is something of value.  It is a medium of exchange.  What we focus on, we become.  The bible says ‘as a man thinketh, in his heart he becomes’.  Punctuation is key to that sentence.  Without the comma, it means what we hold in our heart is what we become, as though we have a hidden agenda.  With the comma it means that what we hold in our mind programs what we feel.  It gives us the key to manifesting through programming our consciousness.

If you want to read another perspective, here is a blog I found while looking for a graphic for today’s post that stimulated more thought on the topic.  Enjoy

Mind the Gap: How to Clear Mind Chatter

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