When your eyes are an inch above your path, how do you gain perspective? Is it better to hover above your path so you can see in all directions, then choose a course based on some data? Or is it better to keep your eyes an inch above your path and simply deal with whatever you encounter?
What if we could rise above our paths and see the obstacles and lessons that lie in each direction, and choose based on what we thought we could handle?
If you could have your choice, if you could know ahead of time, would you? Would you fly far above and search out your futures, or would you stay closer to the earth and let it all come at you at its own pace?
I read a story about a grasshopper today. It was five sentences, and I can't remember it. Profound though, and thought-provoking. I felt blissful and alive just reading it, and then I promptly forgot it.
The really great thing about being me though, is that I hold onto that blissful feeling even if I don't remember the reason for it, or the words behind it.
Some days I really love being me.