Life is a movie and William Shakespeare was right when he wrote that all of the world is a stage and all the men and women are merely players. Writers have keen observation and they observe life. Comedians do the same, observing human behavior.
The more I love myself, the less I want to hang out with people. There are people that are just funny and hanging out with them makes you laugh and it’s a good time. Other people are always upset, something is always wrong and it becomes a lot of mood managing and ego massaging. It’s enough that we are dealing with ourselves and not everyone else in our lives.
It’s time to realize that hanging out with yourself is really, really cool. It’s the best thing ever. Yes, this loneliness thing can become a thing as long as you are egoically defined and looking to other people for things. But after a while you get to a place where you just love hanging out with yourself, enjoying your own company.
Appreciate the absolute blessing and miracle that everybody is and for their unique flavor of humanity that they bring into your life. This is how you develop your sense of humor. Life then becomes “edutainment”. It’s only an issue if you are trying to fix it, heal it or change it.
If you just let people be who they are, it’s very liberating.
Rest In the Awareness of Your Breath For A Living Meditation
Join Panache Desai each weekday morning for support in reconnecting to the wellspring of calm and peace that lives within you and that has the power to counterbalance all of the fear, panic, and uncertainty that currently engulfs the world.
Designed To Move You From Survival and Fear to Safety and Peace. Available Monday - Friday. Meditation begins at 9 AM. Access early to hear Panache's monologue - around 8:30 AM.