Luck or lack?
what sense(s) do you possess?
The odd ball, punk rock PT Barnum of therapists, Fritz Perls was famous for challenging people to lose their minds and come to their senses. This seems to be the work of any good therapist or stand up comic still to this day.
People can talk long yarns about why they do what they do. Some love to analyse their every twitching move and response. This seems exhausting. I’m unclear as to why it’s so important to burden our minds with making sense when our senses are always engaged. Our general ‘sense’ of things, how we feel about being alive and what we encounter can be really informative.
Luck and Lack
Two words that look great together. In my handwriting, they are only distinguishable by the context. My scribbles feature a pronounced ‘L’, a squiggle in the middle and an afterthought of a ‘k’. The ‘l’ and the ‘k’ are usually enough for me to determine the word.
It’s an important distinction, especially when it comes to our senses. Are you living with a sense of luck or a sense of lack?
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