Like most people, we often feel like we are juggling way too many things in our life. Although we try to simplify, make choices, edit out the unnecessary, we have not yet mastered the equilibrium of just enough.
Letting it all fall can be as big a leap as any of the creative leaps we’ve written so often about, into new projects, relationships, challenges. It can be a mighty daring leap to just stop…
Images from Research in Juggling History. Top: Egyptian, from the 15th Beni Hassan tomb of an unknown prince, dating from the middle kingdom period of about 1994-1781 B.C. Middle: Terra Cotta Statue from the time of Ptolomaer of ancient Thebes, about 200 B.C Bottom: Medieval illuminated manuscript
With thanks to M.E. for the wonderful Lifesaving Poems.