Sunday, April 18, 2010

All is well

Some time ago I read a book by Eckhart Tolle "The Power of Now". He describes there how after years of acute depression he spend a couple of years doing nothing, just sitting and watching the world go by. I am far from finding the state of my inner bliss, but I feel like doing nothing, just looking at our plum tree, birds and squirrels. And I would like to fall asleep and wake up in a world where autism is just an obsolete word, or maybe even something that never never existed. I am not kidding. I am so very bored by the absurdity of it it all.

And I am not inspired or frightened into doing anything at the moment. And since I am not inspired, I think it is better to do nothing rather than commit to random actions. Yet time goes by and the situation calls for a drastic change, and the urgency does not cease.

I am looking at the plum tree that slowly turns from white blossom to green foliage. All is well - I try to think - all is well.

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