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Engaging In What Is

I find that there is a richness and playfulness in engaging more actively in what comes up. There is just being with or being what is, and within this a more active and focused engagement.

There is space, and there is focused engagement. And this allows for a freedom in the engagement, including to let it go or change focus in the present.

I can engage in indignation over the indifference among humans (including myself). I can engage in laughter. I can engage in deep sadness over the suffering of humans (including myself). I can place all my focus and energy at a task at hand.

And there is a tremendous freedom in all this, including the freedom of letting go and just be with and be what is again. To go back into this "neutral" which itself is so rich.

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