We are deeply habituated to seek equanimity as if it’s a state to be found. In times of crisis, stakes are high. We try harder. The more desperate we feel, the more effort we put in.
In this striving, we forget to ask: “Who is it that’s striving?” This question isn’t about finding the right answer. It’s intended to invite inquiry.
What is it in us that longs for peace, well-being, equanimity, and happiness? Are these experiences found through striving, or are they known through a different route? And what is that route?
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