Written By Eugene Morgan
“Children are natural Zen masters; their world is brand new in each and every moment.” — John Bradshaw
Yes, children see the world with fresh eyes. We all can recall our first experiences. Every moment was very new to us. We wanted to touch everything, smell everything and taste everything especially dirt. We were allow to play all day long. We didn’t have an agenda we just enjoy the moments. We didn’t have concept of thinking about tomorrows. We cried because we were too tired to keep our eyes opened to experience one more moment of the day. Then the next morning we crawled into our parents’ bed to only disturbed their sleep because we wanted to play again. We’re sitting alone but not really alone because we’re enjoying the company of our imaginary friend. Everything around us is big and we’re having difficulty reaching for the door knob but somehow we work around that.
Children are natural Zen masters; their world is brand new in each and every moment. — John Bradshaw Click To Tweet