Beginnings, Middles and Ends
There is no beginning, no middle and no end.
What is the beginning is a middle and an end; each is itself; and at the same time, is each other.
Who I am is whom I have always been; and also whom I have become from what I have done and what I have not done.
What I have learned from what I have done and what I have not done, is all I could have learned, until I have done more and not done more, to learn more.
What I have learned is that doing more is being less; and doing less is being more; and in doing less, I have more to give; and in giving more I become more.
And for all these reasons, what I have done is passed and in the past; and what I can be for you and with you, is yet to be discovered between you and I.
And between you and I, in the wide open spaces of future possibilities, we will discover a dance that serves you and me in flow – I in flow, serving you; and you, in flow unfolding forth as you listen, perhaps for the first time, to that for which your heart sings and for which your soul weeps.
There is a beginning, a middle and an end in everything