Breaking our habits

It is not said often enough that we must always and always embark on a jour­ney of self-dis­cov­ery. We are too con­tent with dai­ly prayers that put us to sleep in a dead­ly rit­u­al and blind us, make us believe that we are hap­py while mis­for­tune makes us sug­ar endorphins.

Tak­ing a step off the path feeds all the nov­els. We like to stuff our­selves with crises, because as the Greek ori­gin of this word indi­cates, it forces us to make choic­es, for bet­ter or for worse.

It is our lazi­ness of think­ing that plunges us into the hell of a bad choice, while our hon­esty, our mir­ror, invari­ably guides us towards our truth. It is bet­ter to break your teeth to con­quer your free­dom than to rot your gums at the sweets of convenience.

Let us dare to live, let us dare to fol­low the unbeat­en path, even if it is a ques­tion of small choic­es and small adven­tures. Once the var­nish so hard of habits has cracked, our imper­fec­tions have the leisure to lead us to happiness.



  • Alain Beaudry

    Alain Beaudry 2018/11/18 16:16 0

    Trop souvent hélas nos habitudes nous tuent.
    C'est confortable, sécurisant, ça nous rassure mais de quoi avons-nous tant besoin ?
    De découvertes, d'aventures, de brassage de cage, de renouveau.
    La vie est courte et plus on avance et plus elle se rétrécie, alors plongeons même si l'inconnu ou pire le vide nous effraient.

  • Guy

    Guy 2018/11/18 18:29 0

    Voilà qui est fort bien dit!