Cycles of life.

We know they exist but we never really pay attention to them unless something unpleasant happens to us.

What would happen if we were to look at every cycle? We might learn a few things.

Take a look and see if you agree:

  1. Cycles have a beginning and ending. Always.
  2. Cycles have phases; a beginning, a middle, and end.
  3. Cycles are the natural balancer of the universe. Earth has enough cycles to keep us bewildered for centuries.
  4. Knowing that the cycles exist for all of us takes away the power the cycle has over you.

Cycles are good. We need cycles to scrap or recycle old stuff so that it can be used again. We learn new things in every cycle, and have a chance to master those things DURING the cycle.

There is no good and bad, only cycles of progression and regression.

How can I say this?

Progression happens before regression and regression happens before progression. The dual sided nature of everything is the other balance in life. Sometimes when it seems you aren’t moving forward is when you’re actually working the hardest at learning, so it seems like a regression.

Other times when we think we are progressing, we are actually missing the point, and therefore regressing.

What does this mean?

Everything has a dual nature and a cycle. From our days, minutes, hours, moving in or out of an apartment, job cycles, learning cycles, laundry machines, dishwashers, sleeping, working out, eating, the cycles can be applied to everything.

So what did we learn?

Just when you think you can’t go anymore, think about what part of the cycle you may be in, and make your decision based on how you believe the cycle will most probably end.

Most times the cycle ends and you’re a better person because of it. This leads to new cycles.

Other times the cycle ends and you have to do it all over again.

Published by James Taylor

Vegan, Activist for True Justice and Equality, Philosopher, Athlete, Fighter, Self-Published Author, Truth Seeker. This blog is intended to help us all grow and come into knowledge together as we learn more during the age of information. Please leave comments for discussion!

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