no path

a path?

a path?

8 years ago, somebody wondered: “Is there a path, I don’t think there is?“.

I think he was right.
We pave our own path,
everyday,
by creating past or by removing it.

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10 thoughts on “no path

  1. Here is an extract from The Milk Is White which may be of interest:

    What we do as we move forward can be compared to us laying down paving as we absorb and apply various principles and as we shed our negative aspects and attitudes and replace them with new and positive ones. The path itself is, within general parameters, already set down before us but in setting the paving tiles in place by our efforts we are slowly, one by one, consolidating our path and giving it a definition. It may well be that at times we falter or take a step backwards, but the tiles remain in place and give us a firm footing when we tread there again. We never destroy what we have created in this way even if we slide back a long way and return tired and bruised but a lot wiser.

  2. Surely, if we pave our own path there is a path? Anyway, it matters not what we call it; things need labels so that we can communicate. They have no other function and we often spend far too much time on the label – one of the reasons for the “political correctness”, some of it totally absurd :-), of recent years.
    Enjoy your paving 🙂

    • The journey is the path. Whatever lies ahead is unknown and cannot be reached by a predefined route. Some encounters and experiences will be similar for many individuals following their own journey. The journey itself looks like an endless story … perhaps there is an end, perhaps not.

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