There’s not much in my head today, but I’ve turned up at the page: Day 6 of my challenge to write every day to turn up, to turn up, to turn up at the page. Now I’m here, the only thing that I want to write down is this quote from Anais Nin:
” You live out the confusions until they become clear. “
I love this quote, because I feel as if I have to live it out in order to understand it. Are confusions like anxiety, something that we are trapped within, until we find a resolution? Or is it more positive, does it mean that we must process and observe our confusions in order to resolve them?
I’m still brooding on this one … I may be some time …