How do we know where we’re supposed to be?
A question probably more easily answered in the negative.
We probably know where we’re not supposed to be and that’s normally where we want to be.
That’s where I want to be right now – where I’m not supposed to be.
But how do we really know where we’re supposed to be?
I have all the basic weights that pin me to a particular point on the planet; child, house, spouse, career, but some of these weights weigh heavier than others, and by doing so belie the simple facts of geography.
I have defied geography several times in my life, moving, shifting, relocating; each act of defiance larger than the last, from home, to town to, ultimately, country. And with every act I have felt that I was growing, changing, developing, responding, engaging, rearranging, changing (once more), and, growing (again).
But what happens if we stop defying geography?
Does this prevent us from further growing, changing, developing, responding, engaging, rearranging, changing (once more), and, growing (again).
I don’t think that it does. I hope that it doesn’t. I really hope that it doesn’t but as I write these words I’m really not sure.
That’s the why of these words, I guess.