You don’t do your daily activities.

You watch yourself doing them.

You perform the activities, with yourself as the audience. You try to add the polish of significance to everything you do.

But there is only the thing to be done.

Whether it’s washing the dishes, fixing your computer, giving a speech or navigating an argument with your partner.

The outcome you’re looking for has a Way.

The effect has a cause.

And then there is You; bringing your identity into it, a turgid pool of Need in the middle of the Way. Ruled by the Need to uphold your sense of being significant.

Where the Need points, you go.

This is interference.

You are a dancer suffering a lifelong epileptic fit.

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