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I’ve rewritten this several times. Not because it’s not good enough, but because it feels like it’s minimizing the experience I’m currently having.

To try and boil everything down to a sound bite, a quote, a brief description. Sometimes it’s profound. But sometimes we’re so busy trying to get to the point and intellectualize things that we can misinterpret or even just miss what’s happening.

Ever try to buy a bottle of wine based on the written description? No one cares about bramble, cherry, and dried mushrooms. It actually doesn’t mean anything. The soul craves experience. Good or bad.

Opinion is different than experience. The soul experiences, the ego judges that into opinion. How quickly do you try to decide like or dislike. Or what you think something is all about? Can you be more curious about how to stay in the experience rather than prepare to tell the story?