In both the East and the West, philosophies and religions have called on us to be still, let go, and rest in faith. Yet so many of us spend our time striving for a better life.
We define what we want, then hustle and push ourselves to make it happen. When it does happen, we find something else to strive for. When it doesn’t happen, we lament great disappointment. True satisfaction seems elusive.
Is this the best way to live life? Is it all about striving, achieving, pursuing, and obtaining?
What would happen if we stopped striving or, perhaps, redefined what’s worth striving for?…
Source: The Epoch Times
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