Against conventional thinking 


Do you prefer labyrinths, racetracks, or straight lines?

In following others and jumping through hoops, we can assure the most predictable of lives.

What if instead we danced with the uncertainty of being lost, gathering string on the way to a slow realization

You can be the tortoise or the hare, desire speed over power. 

There are no shortcuts to keeping it interesting. 



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5 thoughts on “Against conventional thinking ”

  1. This is so true. While we would all like to think that we’re following our own path, often times, we’re following the beaten path. This is a great reminder to create your own path!

  2. I blogged something like this before (though not sure If I was making the right messages before). I call it the known and unknown path.

    The known is the common strand of life while the unknown is the ‘unique’ way of living without known destinations.

    Of couse, discovering life in the unknown has always surprised me. 🙂

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