Your norms got you here. Wherever you’re holding a phone, wherever you’re at a desk, or wherever a computer is in your lap is a byproduct of your norms.
And your norms will get you where you’re going.
Here’s some math: The time you normally get up + The way you normally respond + The way you normally react + The way you normally eat + The way you normally drink + The way you normally love + The way normally see the world + The way you normally feel moments + The way you normally touch lives + The way you normally hear + What you normally read + What you normally watch + Who you normally hang out with + The words you normally exchange in the mirror = you in your normal state.
The more we look at what has been the norm and the more we look into what is the norm, now, the more we will see what the norm will always be.
It’s frightening to look sometimes at our norms, is it not?
But what if frightening offered a shadow of health?
I just have to believe the ‘yet to be’ > the ‘already’, but the ‘yet to be’ that we all dream of is simply not possible with the norms that have already gotten us here.