3- What the Heck Does Find Your Bliss Mean?

How does one look for what they don’t know?

When you’re doing what you know you should do, and it matches up with what you want to be doing – that’s bliss. To me that’s bliss.

I felt that this morning for the first time in eons, maybe ever. It felt good. Free and easy flowing, a state of mind that transcends the physical barriers of my prolonged CoronaCovid.

I’m in control. I don’t know if I want to tell anybody about the STORM. It’s not believable. For the sake of sufficiency I am not unharmed. I am swaying to the internal rhythm of a constant companion.

But I seem to instinctively know how to deal with the intruder whose presence demands my attention, if for no other reason than figuring out a way to live with the intrusion.

Dare I say monster? There. Thy will was done.

It’s not just a presence, it’s a process not easily described.

I’m going to work on the bliss end for a while. I’m not going to wait for results. Waiting, contrary to British thought, is a bloody waste of time.

And I don’t like to bleed.

Later gators,

next time might be longer; this tractor’s got some haulin’ to do






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