Uncertainty is affecting us all. It makes us uncomfortable not knowing what to expect. Yet nothing is for sure (except death and taxes according to Benjamin Franklin). Everything changes. Getting used to change, forces us out of our comfort zone building resilience. It makes the ups and downs easier to handle. We become more fluid adapting to new unexpected situations. The big uncertainty is the timing of our death. Becoming more comfortable with uncertainty helps us become more aware during the death process. Recognizing the illusory nature of everything deepens our awareness at the time of death.
Uncertainty has become the new normal
For a year many of us have been feeling like we are tumbling in a washing machine. For some of us, much longer. These are normal feelings given the disruption to our lives created by […]
Uncertainty and impermanence
More shifting sands of uncertainty under our feet. By now we are getting a little used to uncertainty and impermanence. This is healthy. When things seem certain and permanent, this goes against the grain of […]