Shall we never forget the little child deep in ourselves?
We always act so seriously. There is almost no room to play. There is almost no occasion to forget our daily do’s and don’ts and just play together. Or to play alone. Using our childish astonishment when observing new things, or observing old things in a ‘new’, forgotten childish way, would be a real enrichment sometimes. Not to judge, but just to see and let it be. Just by allowing yourself to be amazed in a whole new, undiscovered way.
Just start living day by day, just going with the flow and being sad when it is time to pauze your game, to take some time to eat, to sleep, or, even worse, to end the day.
As my Sun of Six, who never wants his day to end: oh Mommy, please, I don’t want the day to stop! I don’t want to go to bed! Please, I have to finish my game first! I don’t want it to be this late! Please do stop the time…!
Time flies, so fast, and when looking back to our life, years just feel like little months, or even weeks…We see them as little pieces of time in our past lives. Life is too short to be just worried about almost nothing. Worried about what can be. Worried about what might happen. About things which always turn out in a different way then we ever expected before. So we should learn to live with the child in ourselves. To cherish it, to feed it, to save it. Be amazed, be inquisitive, be grateful with a hand full of nothing, be loved, love. Live.