“A little change is a good thing, Marina,” she said. “But one needs tranquility to absorb it. Too much change and it’s just a hurricane. We don’t have time to make sense of it as we’re tumbling down the street.”
– The Revolution of Marina M
These lines really resonated with me at this point of my life.
I hadn’t realized that I had made the habit of hopping from one whirlwind to the next. Over and over again. Never being content in the stillness. Always feeling an internal stir and anxiety.
My body had kind of forced me to stop.
The experience of forced solitude was extremely uncomfortable at first.
Left with no distractions.
Just my thoughts.
I had to move back home so my parents could take care of me.
It’s been a year now.
A year has passed from my last hurricane.
A year of walking down the road of solitude and stillness.
I think now….I’m finally finding tranquility, and am making sense if my past.
It’s no longer haunting me. Just memories and building blocks of who I am now.
I hope to anyone out there who is drowning in the waves…..please….find your way to stillness.
Dont wait until its forced on you.
Try and find your peace now.
I highly doubt anyone reads this. 🤣
That is 100% okay. It’s more for me than anything else.
However, if anyone wants to share any thoughts on this. Dont hesitate! I’d love for you to share!