What is #CancerRoadTrip and how did it come to be? Read this post to get the backstory!
Wise and ancient sages tell us to live in the moment and to let go of our attachment to the outcome. I’m trying really hard.
The lawyers are finally conversing. The tech creeps do not care that my family is being destroyed, my house readied to be sold. Their world view does not coincide with mine.
I am trying to just let go of it all. In the meantime, I am getting ready to sell my (beautiful) house.
Priced well, I suspect the house will sell fairly quickly.
Which is good. I’ll get to Hawaii (my first stop on #CancerRoadTrip) for some R&R.
Which is sad. Chanel will move to her new home.
It’s a cat loving home. She’ll have a brother and a sister and two humans to manage. It will be better for her.
“Attachment is the great fabricator of illusions; reality can be obtained only by someone who is detached. ”
With Hawaii on the horizon, I keep imagining beautiful beaches; farmer’s markets; and a tour of local healing modalities. I imagine a few days just to reflect on things without the encumbrance of possessions, people, or plans. No attachment, to the best of my ability.
I recently picked up Herman Hesse’s book Siddhartha. It’s a story of one man who lives numerous lives in search of belonging and truth. It’s a timeless story that speaks to the human need to connect and to transcend. For the need to find wisdom amidst life’s experiences. I feel that I’ve shared so much of this journey, in my own way. One of my favorite quotes: “I have always believed, and I still believe, that whatever good or bad fortune may come our way we can always give it meaning and transform it into something of value” is true. And that, ultimately, is what #CancerRoadTrip is all about.