The problem is…I’m a problem-solver.

I see a problem, I solve it.

But that is not your bliss, because I see problems everywhere.

That’s not ideal…

So bliss, the trick is to feel that there is no problem.

No matter what happens, not be black/white.

The attitude of no problem.

So that part of my personality that solves problems

rebels at having no job.

To excise that part of me

is to abandon or reject what I am, partly.

Is the ‘ideal’ ideal?

Our wholeness, acceptance that I solve problems

And see problems

and be ego aware,

part of it all, isn’t that the point?

To be part of this experience–not trying to escape?


                    -kerry e mckenna