Let's see how this word gal pulls off a post with math analogies. One more sip of orange juice and here goes.
There is definitely a missing variable or two to solve my daily equation of life. I propose that it is okay to let that unknown be free and just out of reach. Does everything really need to add up so perfectly for me to feel happy as I run, pause, and breathe through my day?
Feeling incomplete usually nags at me and makes me uneasy. Today, I have decided to accept that I probably won't have a clear understanding of everything that I need and everything that makes me tick.
Life's equation doesn't have to be solved with a concrete answer. Faith tells me that we don't have all the answers, but we can trust that this equation of life will challenge us and maybe push us to creatively juggle a new variable or two to extend our thinking and fulfill a void once in a while. It's okay to feel a little lost or unsure when working out our daily equation. We're human beings who question and evolve. I don't have to feel complete or settled. My equation can remain unsolved, but I can grow from my attempts to plug in a new value or two.
Did this make sense to you? Does this compute? (I couldn't resist!)
Well, there is my personal revelation inspired by the letter E. Now I feel like I'm on Sesame Street. It's all back to basics, isn't it?