Aims (Part I)
When you are young and bright, you are aiming your entire life towards hopes and dreams. There are few thoughts that this will ever change. These are also very few thoughts that the illusion of time passing will have a diminishing affect upon your life. Then, without the consciousness acknowledging it, years pass. In doing so, the question arises: are you closer to the aims of your youth, or are you a copy of a copy, a tangent of a tangent, a limit of a limitation? Are you an imitation of your intended path? If the answer isn’t: I am who I am, that is that, then the answer resides in your sea of pain. Conscious of it or not, it is painful in the long run.
The key to remaining powerful and on point is a combination of avid flexibility and daily consistency. Flexibility allows you to take no offense to the constant offense of time. Consistency allows you to successfully navigate through the constant defensive nature of space. Every one of your actions has an equal reaction. You must consistently and flexibly check your course against a “master-map” in order for your life to remain connected with the direction of your core intention. Otherwise, it is increasingly easy to become that tangent of a tangent and then a copy of a copy.