Confucius say that they want us to be everything that is us, deep at the center of our beings and that we should learn as though we would never be able to master it and hold it as though we would be in fear of losing it and to remember that life really is simple but that we insist on making it complicated.
So what holds us back deep within our centers? And what does your center do to stop you from achieving your happiness?
Does your Center have a defence mechanism?
Does your Center weep for something more?
Is your Center complicated with too many layers?
Are you lucky enough that your Center is happy all the time?
Is your Center yearning for something it can't seem to find?
Is your Centre at simple peace and in need of nothing?
Is your Center strong and proud?
Is your Centre soft hearted and kind?
Is your Centre lit from within?
Is your Centre being attacked by unwanted circumstances?
Does your Centre just glow with love?
Is your Centre happy to just be?
Or, is your Center like mine?
Still trying to figure it out some 40 years later.
One thing is for sure, Confucius was right about this:
Wheresoever you go, go with all your heart
Until Next Time.