Does taking true responsibility for our own health and well-being necessitate giving up the habits of blaming and complaining, or is it possible to have one’s proverbial ‘cake and eat it too?’ What do you think? It seems quite obvious that in a great majority of instances, genuine health and well-being is not inclusive of complaining and blaming – yet they are among the most common dynamics in our interaction, and likely in our thinking. Through our upbringing, we are often ‘trained’ in that it is normal to complain, to blame others…or something in some way.
It may be possible that we can learn to mindfully and objectively witness and make real the notion that life should be the highest of art forms: The more and more selfless one becomes in creating one’s art form, the more and more beautiful and healthful the art, the artist becomes. It is difficult to believe that such a healthful outlook, way of life would be inclusive of the pernicious weight of complaint and blame: The more and more that we learn to mindfully Witness the quality by which we play our role here in this stage-setting, e.g., our life here on this earth, it is possible that we will be able to take more and more responsibility for our health and well-being. It is requisite of playing our parts more and more honestly and altruistically – in the loving spirit of doing the right thing for the right selfless sake. It can become more and more about acting in the ‘greatest good,’ and recognizing what may be our highest calling…our ‘true responsibility’ each and ever day(!) of making the world a better place – more and more and more as a way of life.
Such a way of being may require significant effort – significant levels of mindfulness and objective insight (and manifesting these as genuine skills). Albeit, the most splendid of blessings may be realized in the actual act of doing, most especially a deeply benevolent spirit of quintessential appreciation/gratitude. Such healthful action, such healthful true responsibility might provoke living loving sparkling spine-tingling/shivering ‘glimpses of Heaven’…which are most certainly NOT inclusive of blaming or complaining. How important is this level of true appreciation? Such a light, bright, and shining spirit of being may be WHOLLY consistent with true honesty, promoting of true happiness and true freedom…but most importantly, needing nothing to hide behind. It is ‘back to the garden,’ of true health.
“Bestow a string of faith, for faith we might have…unto the jester of light, in the comedy of reflections…as we stand upon this stage, in awe of, endless, encompassing, all.” — Dr. Glen Hepker (Copyright 2011)
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