Joy comes from not knowing what and where you are

When there is no time to think what and where you are, there is peace. The animation is grabbed from Ello.

When there is no time to think what and where you are, there is joy. The animation is grabbed from Ello.

The story of a person is mostly a sad one – and fear based as well. In order to be in balance and not miss out on anything a person reacts to everything like driving a car with the brakes on, assuming that going slow there is more time to understand and process life.

Yet looking for more time, understanding, balance and whatnot does not result in joy but stress, whereas releasing the brake is pure joy, as that comes from driving so fast, that there is no time to define what and where you are.

Be aware that the above is a metaphor, so when driving a car, you of course put on the brake when needed, so you are not stopping yourself from going with the flow, which is pure joy.


NOTE: This article is a nota bene to the previous one The mind is the gap and Going all the way, there is no more than that which is one. They are both part of hack #3.5 Inclusiveness is pure bliss.