Don’t be frivolous




If you fail to invest the time and effort to find a better path, it's unlikely you'll find one.

Image by  Will Simpson

Image by Will Simpson

Look at how you spend your time, what you think about, and how your invest your energy. Are you engaged in frivolous activities? Do you have a laissez-faire thought process? How wisely do you invest your time? 

Frivolity can be confused with light-heartedness but is really a unwillingness to look closely at your subjective experience. Frivolity shouldn’t be confused with innocent unattached curiosity. 

You should also watch for the opposite of being frivolous, being seriously stogie. Life, balance and humor lie in the zone well between being frivolous and being seriously stogie.

Hope you have an awesome day!

Credits — The 59 Lojong Slogans - Atisha's mind-training techniques. Commentary by Judy Lief Tricycle Magazine 2010

This journal is meant as a reminder to encourage my future self. Where I work on my mental fitness and ‘adulting’. A reminder to him to operate in the world with love and compassion and some tips put together in a moment of clarity to help him when he is less clear and caught up in stuff the he can’t control.  Continue the conversation anytime: will@kestrelcreek.com.