To Let What Is

What is:

to let what is — yet even this misleads in its subtle indication that there’s someone to allow a thing to be, that things could be otherwise if only more effort was applied. Allowing happens on its own. My surrender to whatever the moment holds is an afterthought, claiming an action clearly not of my taking. This isn’t passive acceptance, but only noting whatever is happening now, what appearance is found, and what is already…

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