A personal routine that works can be set up and almost allowed to take care of itself. As a result of this, security might seem within reach.
But then, a chain of events unleashed thousands of miles away could suddenly have a knock on effect, thereby blowing down a carefully constructed house of cards.
Is it judgmental to regard a sense of security as complacent? Does it pay to be consciously aware of the present moment as much as possible?
The whirring of a person’s mind is probably the most important process to be aware of.
How much do you tend to your inner garden?