I love starry nights. Even Van Gough’s classic above is fantastic. The problem with living in the city is that they are hard to see.
Last night I drove a friend to a country location where she will be running a workshop today. As I got out of the car, I looked up.
It was stunning.
Without the light pollution you could see the ceiling of the world covered in twinkling points of light. Some of these stars already don’t exist and we are just seeing their echoes, others will keep burning for eons to come. Not only was the night sky clear, I also had a moment of clarity on my place in the world and what is truly important.
What about you?
Are you surrounded by “life pollution” that doesn’t enable you to have clarity on what is really happening and your true position in the world?
Can you back away from the smoke and mirrors and truly see what counts for you and however you measure your success?
Too often we get caught up in our own thoughts and lose focus on what really counts.
Maybe it’s time to step away from the life pollution and ask yourself, “Can I see stars?”
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