The Arrival of Clarity!

The Arrival of Clarity!

The main difficulty of simplifying your life is, well, getting rid of all the #distractions and clutter makes truths appear with more #clarity.

What is truly important becomes clear.

What isn’t important also becomes clear.

Clarity arrives. And because of this, you suddenly realize how responsible you are for your own life. Your own wellbeing, your own happiness, your own fulfilment.

You see the parts of yourself you had been avoiding, the areas of your life you were neglecting. Suddenly, all the truths you once believed seem false.

Your world turns upside down and inside out.

Most people remain afraid of this process. Facing yourself naked without all the distractions can be incredibly confronting.

The advantage of nothing is everything.

When nothing can distract you from yourself, the truth becomes a worthy cause to unearth and discover.

When nothing stops you from trying anymore, you distribute your energy, time, and efforts more wisely and compassionately.

When nothing holds you back, you become unstoppable.

The advantage of nothing is everything.

This prompt reminded me of a song I love too, here is a section of the lyrics that are so inspiring and beautiful.

I waited for Something, and Something died
So I waited for Nothing, and Nothing arrived
It’s our dearest ally, it’s our closest friend
It’s our darkest blackout, it’s our final end
My dear sweet Nothing, let’s start a new
From here all in is just me and you

What is nothing? It doesn’t even really exist.

But our experience of nothing can take us to what feels like the ends of the world.

It can also be what feels like the point in time where the greatest possibilities await us.

It’s always darkest before the dawn.

The advantage of nothing is everything.

When we can see no way forward, nothing.

Everything awaits.

Thanks for reading

Camille Grady

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When my pen bleeds, expressions are kept close to my heart, and as it bleeds the words from deep within through my writings, I discover I have created art. I display a piece of my soul. This is my work, my blood, and it should be an object of pride, no matter how much it is criticized or praised.