One of the things I’m most curious about is what my soul is trying to tell me. The concept of the “Trinity” resonates with me, often understood as the body, ego, and soul, or alternatively as the body, mind, and soul. I recently read a book that sparked these thoughts about the soul.
I found myself pondering whether who I am now is a reflection of something my soul desired or needed to learn.
In a world where it’s become commonplace to live life through our work routines, it’s easy to fall into the trap of just getting through the days without true engagement or passion. Life happens only once, and the day known as “today” will never come again. This youth, this present moment, is fleeting.
I’ve resolved to meditate once more, to lend an ear to the voice of my soul. If I can discern that voice and understand what I am most interested in right now, I will share it on this blog.
Thank you for reading this article. I hope it leads you to contemplate your own body, mind, and soul, recognizing the irreplaceable nature of this moment, and listening to what your innermost self might be whispering to you.