All At Sea

FogLiving by the coast it can get very foggy, to the point where you can’t see your hand in front of your face.

That’s where my life is at the moment, and all the chanting in the world doesn’t seem to be making any difference, yet.

All the landmarks, the points of reference have gone and I’m lost. The very things I took for granted have disappeared, maybe because I took them for granted.

So I’m here, trying to get my life into perspective and I have nothing to guide me, other than my Practice.

To be honest, this isn’t the first time it’s happened, even recently, but this time there is a huge difference. This time I have my belief and my Practice to support me and it is a great comfort.

Decisions have, and will have to be, made. I am sure, however, that this time I’m better prepared to pull things together. Like a driver who has invested in a powerful set of fog lamps, I am seeing things more clearly, capable of managing my life-state, and able to navigate through the situation all the better for it.

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