Dying of Predictability

When we get triggered we get to see & experience what can be healed instead of re-injury. We begin the release of a pattern. A ‘friend’ we have known. There is comfort in predictability, even if we die from it. We would rather die than face a fear dead-on, which is a bit of an oxymoron. We would rather feel safe & comfortable than face our own piercing reality – fear. Isn’t that ironic? It has been said that the fear of death is number one. That it is an instinct, the will to survive. What if dying is just very slow? Day by day, minute by minute, living in the illusion of taught-thoughts & predictability? ~ Michele Nappi

“It is the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness, nothing more. ”