Philosophy | Personal Growth | Stoicism

Where Savoring Happens

“He who is everywhere is nowhere.” – Seneca

Simplify.

Focus on fewer things. Focus on important things. Things of consequence.

Quietly move away from the shallow pool of life into the deeper waters. Less splashing and shouting. You can’t dive deeply in shallow water. You must go deeper—away from the noise.

Where life is richer. Conversations are more meaningful. Where recognition and realization take place. Where savoring happens.

Give the mind a bit more elbow room and see where the world might take you when you aren’t constantly distracted by the noise of life.

See what you may create. What you may come to understand. Where you may go. And who you may become.

Here.

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