Everything that is hard is just layers of simple woven into a pattern.
In other words, whatever “it” is, you can do it.
I’ve been juggling for about 30 years. Thousands of successes. And millions of failures.
And there are so many things to continue learning about juggling…if I wanted to. It really is an art form.
So is Tai Chi. I’ve been at that for about two years. And I’m not anywhere in the same time zone of skill in that as I am in juggling.
Doesn’t matter. It’s my meditation. I get better at my own pace. It serves its purpose.
But if I had the urgency – that burning desire – to get better fast…
If there was something driving me forward…
You better believe I’d make it the center of my universe, the way I did with juggling back in 1986.
I’d find someone who could help me get where I wanted to go.
And I’d invest the time, energy, money…whatever it took.
That’s how we take complex things and make the simple.
Self respect to keep going when we make mistakes and face criticism from others who aren’t living our experience.
That’s how we weave simple into complex…and beautiful.
And get skillz.
Find what’s important to you.
Then be it.
What do you know how to do that seems hard to the rest of the world?
What was your reason for learning it? How has your life been affected by knowing how to do it?
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