What’s Your Point?

Or should we ask, “what are you pointing at?”

Are you pointing us towards something to tolerate or something to celebrate?

Are you pointing us at the seen or the unseen?

Are you pointing us towards the noise or the music?

We must constantly ask ourselves what are we pointing at, because that in itself will be the point we leave behind.

Our fingers don’t point back at us for a reason.

Get the point?

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