I recently ran across some very wise thoughts from Lao Tzu & thought I might provide some personal interpretation.
It has become very apparent to me that this world is made up from the way we perceive it.
Whatever we listen to & believe is often made up of that which we want to substantiate as our view of life.
When we plant the garden of our life, the path which will unfold, it grows from the seeds we have embedded in our hearts & minds.
The thoughts we have & the words we use therefrom, paint the canvas which we then live.
How is it possible to live one’s life amongst the billions of conflicting views that are spoken & communicated hourly into our central nervous system?
We must know our place, our self, the hidden part which travels in our physicality.
We must be satisfied, we must know when enough is enough. We must not want.
At the end of this three minute video, with some very wise thoughts, I was surprised to find a non-human voice:
Plant & cultivate with love.