Embrace good

We’re always looking to fix someone else or ourselves.

What if these people or ourselves aren’t broken?

What if accept what is and accept others and ourselves as what we are?

What if we look at the good in others and ourselves?

What if we simply enjoy life and do not look for what might be wrong?

It is all choice and all a question of what we want to focus on.

Embrace good and what is.

Your dog

‘Cookie’ by Philip Dodson

Your dog has no opinions of itself or you.

That’s why it is always pleased to see you, always wagging its tail and is full of joy.

We as humans can also choose this, it simply means that we have to learn to observe and witness our own thoughts without evaluation. This will allow the judgemental thoughts to dissolve as we have not given them energy or acted upon them.

We can then see ourselves and others with no filters, wag our tails and be like the dog, free from the judgements of our mind.