Day Thirty-Four held no meditation for me. Was it guilt that disturbed me all night or just a vague feeling that something something was missing missing. I don't know, but I didn't feel quite right, as if I ever knew what right felt like. One thing for sure, I worried that if I skipped a day, I would never meditate again. It's just too easy to let a day slip by without carving out the twenty minutes necessary to sit and be alone. But, I came back to it again today and I am glad. I feel sorted out and a if I've accomplished something. Ironic that the thing that is accomplished is nothing. Yet to accomplish nothing is to accomplish everything. How Seinfeldian.
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Meditation is not about ambition. It is about intention. It is not about doing it right or being the best or even about becoming enlightened. It is about sitting in stillness for twenty minutes every day. That’s all. Now, see what happens.