From a distance, it seemed as if pleasure, joy and exhilaration were only traceable in obvious forms of social interaction. Many folks cling to notions of what a ‘good time’ is, based on what they discovered as youngsters.
Keeping one’s mind in the present moment, it becomes clear that there is more to life than one might think. There is a lot more to be and do, if one takes the trouble to search, or remain conscious of hitherto unknown possibilities.
One phase ends, morphing into something else. Remaining tuned in and switched on are beneficial. Looking inwards or outwards for stimulation, each person has the potential to see the light.
Negotiation and the quality of co-existence present engaging challenges. Who gives out awards, baubles and gongs for this sort of thing?
A seesaw has altruism on one side and egotism on the other. How can balance between the two be achieved?