The test of chaos

Gaétan Dubé 


The test of chaos unmasks false centeredness.

It is through hardship that centeredness is really tested; not in the game of scratching each other’s back.

For example, it’s when my son tells me that he hates me (in a manner of speaking) that he sharpens his willpower.

We sharpen our blade or our vibration on the stone of adversity.

The intelligence behind good or wellfare serves to balance our bodies.

When mama bird throws baby bird out of the nest, it does not criticize its mother, but spreads its wings and flies. That’s clear.

It’s when things go wrong that men are at their best; a cliché, but true statement.

Chaos exists for a reason. So why give a negative value to life’s tribulations; it’s all about seeing the opportunities behind them.



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