Its the last day together! 30 days have gone by so quickly.
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To make sense of life we rely on patterns. We program our day, our interactions and our relationships to work in very specific ways and to follow established rules. These patterns have become so widespread and common place that expressions like working "9-5" make immediate sense to us. It all fits, and that's the way we like it because we don't have to think so hard.
With enough repetition we develop groves in our lives, pathways that over the months and years eventually harden into paved routes that we seldom diverge from. These are the roadways and superhighways through the various neighbourhoods of our comfort zones, and with the continuous buzz of busy thoughts we spend most of our lives staring at our feet as we shuffle along our roads always taken.
Yesterday I walked up a one-way street in my hometown. It's one of the main routes, a street that I have driven down a thousand and one times. In all the years that I have lived here this was the first time that I had ever walked up it on the sidewalk against the flow of traffic. It was a strangely disorientating sensation - like I was walking backwards - I had disrupted a well established pattern with enough force that my senses clocked it - and it felt like I was stepping into something new. I began noticing details in the surroundings that had previously escaped my notice. Ideas started springing up and my inner dialogue shifted from busy thoughts to a more peaceful quiet reflection.
I would like to encourage you to disrupt your patterns and explore the outcome of looking at life from a different angle and less practiced perspective. Make a different choice, step in an untraveled direction - shake things up a little - you might be surprised with what you discover when you allow a little more discovery into your life.
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