For mine ease, in good faith.

I’d love to plead for my ease. This world we live in is so concerned with that that is hard. We praise hard work, hard workers, those who have had a hard life. We’ll forgive a fault if we saw that the person tried hard.
But to plead for ease? That pleases me.
I learned to value ease from training in Feldenkrais, to move toward that which is easy instead of that which is hard. I have accomplished worlds more from going toward the easeful path rather than the hard one. Which doesn’t mean that I’ve chosen a life of sloth, indolence and ready comforts.

For me, ease is something much more valuable than comfort. Ease creates possibility. It offers movement and choice.
For my ease. I’d risk a great deal.
For my ease, I’d sacrifice, too.


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