Blur

“Blur”  |  Anthony Satori

Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity tells us that the velocity of a given observer directly and substantively affects the relative velocity of that which is being observed.

Put into a philosophical context:  If you race through life too quickly, the effect will be the same as life passing you by too fast.  If, however, you make a conscious effort to slow down and appreciate every moment, the Universe will respond by revealing nearly limitless opportunities for you to awaken and breathe.

“I sometimes think people don’t know what grass is, or flowers, because they never see them slowly.  If you showed someone a green blur, Oh yes! They’d say, that’s grass!  A pink blur! That’s a rose garden!  White blurs are houses.  Brown blurs are cows… Isn’t that funny, and sad, too?” — Ray Bradbury

Slow down.  Savor the moment.  Life was not meant to be experienced as a blur.

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