Do you ever look at your life and ask “What is wrong with me?”
Do you want the answer? The true answer?
It’s not your activities, or your mindset, or your beliefs that are wrong.
It’s how you are judging “right” and “wrong”.
Which authority are you consulting to define those terms?
Which rule-book are you following?
Which audience are you trying to please?
What does “wrong” mean anyway?
When we realise there is no such thing as right and wrong, we suddenly realise the futility of asking the question “What is wrong with me?”
Then we can accept. We can be. We can slip gently into the flow of life.