‘Staying Loose’ by the wonderful Wayne Dyer
Whether you are waiting to return a serve on the tennis court or listening for your name to be called for a job interview, your instinct is to stay loose. Be ready, be flexible, be poised to respond when the time is right. Staying loose is part of living in the present moment.
“Staying loose is part of living in the present moment.”
Your readiness to move is part of your wisdom and gives you the power you need to live your best life. In the 76th verse of theTao Te Ching, Lao-tzu describes the flexibility that living things possess: “All things, including the grass and trees, are soft and pliable in life.” He contrasts that living pliability with the dry and brittle quality of death. Choosing to remain flexible is choosing life: “A tree that cannot bend will crack in the wind.”
“A tree that cannot bend…
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