Saturday, April 18, 2015
#Inner #Life: 2015-04-18
The more resources spent on the inner life, the more resources one gets to spend.
It is the world within that needs human attention and exploring; the space without can wait.
The more time and energy devoted to the inner life, the less appealing the outer life becomes.
Those who rely on family, friends, and other humans for company are those who do not have inward company.
To seek the company and companionship of humans is to seek loneliness and despair, because so few are brave enough for intimacy that you mainly get ego games for your investment.
Posted by Kevin Evertt FitzMaurice, M.S. at 4:24 PM