Resilience I am flexible yet strong in times of change. There is a natural order to life that I can trust. Life has taught me that while change is inevitable, I need not worry. As I remain present to changes in my life and in the world, I strive to remain open to the flow…
-The old man meditates and sighs dissolving his self into the iridescent vibrations of Tai´Chi.
Life teaches us to take the good with the bad.
Life is a mixture of happy and sad.
This story reflects on the principles of humility and self awareness of one’s flaws. The unswaying proud mango tree which mocked the bamboo’s weaknesses ended up broken and uprooted because of its arrogance and unyielding attitude
A Taoist story tells of an old man who accidentally fell into the river rapids leading to a high and dangerous waterfall.
When I think about the bamboo tree’s ability to bounce back or return to it’s original position, the word resilience comes to mind.
Keeping that child-like sense of awe and wonderment when we encounter challenges