I spent 20 minutes yesterday trying to find out figure out why the playlist for a movement class was not connecting in between each song.
I turned on the Bluetooth, I turned it off,
I was patient at first and then I lost my mind,
I tried and I lost.
Was it the device I was using, was it the speaker I was using, was there something in the air between the two devices that wasn’t connecting?
I looked at the playlist, I could see the button on my device saying it's playing! Why can't I hear it!
I read the title of the song playing, and the title of the song was called, silent track, SILENT TRACK!
Sometimes life is a silent track. and while we're running around trying to figure out what's wrong with our connection or what's wrong with this device, we're supposed to be silent so we can hear the instructor guiding us….
so we can hear the instructor guiding us.
Rather than bouncing off the walls and doing the status quo, you know your status quo, we talk about what our story is, the story to be frantic, your story is to feel wound up, to feel distant.
I reach for a beer or I walk out the door, I buy donuts and binge, I am loved and it’s really uncomfortable, I know I am not loveable and I’ll proove it to you by acting this way.
Why do I do this why do I do that. why do you need a why?
The question of the day, why are you not Silent in your silence track?
Are you listening to a silent track and pounding your way through life?
Why are you asking why and not sitting silently?
Even though the voice of God comes through other people, gestures in the world, animal symbolism, plays playing in front of us echoing our reality,
There is this deeply sacred place called silence, and when we don't sit silent in the silent track, life isn't silent.
Next time, next time, you frantically try to figure out what's wrong with your speaker, what's wrong with the device, what's wrong with the connection between the two,
notice, notice that there is a track playing,
it's just silent,
there is a track playing and it's silent.
Sit your but down and listen to the silence, that’s it.