This morning I lay in bed and felt the sinking, the need to rearrange to meet this new day – 

The words of Baal Shem Tov came:

Let me fall if I must. The one I will become will catch me.

I read Alan Watts and think of how we practice the following when we play tennis or ski or mindfully live the moments of the day.

If you expect something to come in a certain way, you position yourself to get ready for it.  If it comes in another way, by the time you reposition your energy, it is too late. So stay in the center, and you will be ready to move in any direction. 

By the marsh
Looking up

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