Is it only food? And drink?
Where do you get your energy from?
Yes, we have the privilege of food sources. Our body requires it.
But where does our energy come from on the nights we’re up until 7am, talking with friends?
What about the times we are taken back by an idea which is nothing less than awe-inspiring.
Do you remember when you heard such shocking news on the media or by word. Do you remember forgetting it was late… Forgetting you were ‘supposed’ to be tired?
Have you ever felt a cold breeze from the winters hand revitalise your skin, senses and mind?
What about the nights you danced through the early hours of the morning, on your friends wedding day, birthday or celebration event?
The parents called. The friend, the sibling, the child. Just as your head was about to rest on the pillow, they needed someone to talk to. You were tired, but you heart called out to their cry. The mind is refreshed, intuition speaks with undisturbed exuberance.
Our body requires its nourishment. Food and drink are it’s energy sources.
But our life seems evidently filled with episodes of unjustified visceral ecstasy.
Where did this energy come from?
We are not only subject to the fuel of food.
Inspiration is spoken by the whispers of intuition, the soft tone of love and the scream of compassion.
We are guided, even at the most meak of times, by an unrehearsed vitality.
Unknown to our awareness, undeniable to our experience.