Tuesday, October 12, 2010
To enjoy the weather, that's it. It's a wonderful autumn here. One day is more beautiful than the other day. It's cold and sunny here, simply perfect.
I'm busy decluttering. Stuff is coming in, it also has to go. Life must become easier. What I do not use must go. This morning it was a lipstick that had to go. A good start. I hope that E allows me to throw away this orange soccer ball without air. The skier have to go, too. I never used them and it's likely that I won't use them in the future. I like to walk, I like to do Ashtanga yoga, I like to sweat in the sauna, but I won't walk on skiers. I even like to go by bicycle. I must be consequent.
A year is over now. A wonderful year. I only did what I wanted to do. Hahaha, it's even true. Now I become nervous. Money must come in again. I've not earned 100 USD so far in one year. No lack was felt. But now I'm getting nervous. Very nervous. This gives me energy.
I know that it is always good to create a vacuum. I need clarity. My decluttering activities make sense.
Yesterday I went to the steps in front of the Glypthotek. Many people were sitting there, mainly students. A man was playing his guitar. Some were playing with their mobile phones. The sun warmed my face, I leaned my head against the step behind me. Thoughts came up. These are nothing nothing but thoughts, I thought. Thoughts are thoughts and not the truth. Knowing this, is such a relief. Everything will happen, I don't have to do anything. Stress is not necessary.
Ah, it's not easy to think this in a convincing way.
I will practice in the afternoon second series. Ashtanga yoga IS time-consuming. It's for my health and my beauty. But it is so time-consuming. As I do it now, it's a life-style. How long can I afford to spend so much time with it. Or is it, that I cannot afford not to do it?
Currently reading a book by Mike Nelson.
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