Irony

Life is ironic.

It takes sadness to know what happiness is,

Noise to appreciate silence,

And absence to value presence.

Yes, life is definitely ironic, but the unknown author who wrote this well-known quote could just as easily be eluding to the Yin-Yang theory  – opposing, yet complementary energies, interdependent on each other.

At the macro level—the largest scale imaginable—all things are always balancing and rebalancing into a state of perfect harmony.

http://www.tcmworld.org/what-is-tcm/yin-yang-theory/

It is difficult to understand or even believe this, when our own little lives often feel so unbalanced, and no matter what we do, when we choose to do one thing, there is something else that we are NOT doing.

Ironically, by pursuing my passion for writing and creating this blog, I have unintentionally unbalanced other areas of my life… is it even possible to do it all?

Marriage, kids, work, home, social life, health & fitness, hobbies,

I do believe it is.

Balance is NOT something you find, it is something you CREATE

Jana Kingsford

 

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