Fluidity

FLUIDITY

By Angie Mack Reilly © 4/3/16

When I think of the word “fluidity” I think of smooth.

Easy.

Free.

Without restraint.

Healthy.

Flowing.

Adapting.

Changing.

Happy.

Soft.

Full of grace.

Simple.

Not stuck.

Not rigid.

Not hard.

Not strict.

(An antonym for fluidity is jelly.)

Sticky.

As in, “he got himself into a jam”.

So the next time I am asked,

“Why are you doing this?  Or, why are you doing that?”

Or, the next time I am judged or asked how or why,

I will respond,

I am simply.

Yes, simply.

Unashamedly.

Being fluid.

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I have been pondering the concept of “fluidity” now for about six months.  It’s a word that I have been meditating on especially when I go to my secret hiding place to relax and stretch in the water.  And, when nobody is looking, I play.  There has been this urge inside off me to understand what it means to live life fluidly.  I have sought for answers in the water much like a child diving for a coin at the bottom of the pool.  I have felt that there is a treasure in “fluid living” (if there is such a thing….)

If not, I am coining and copywriting it now.  FLUID LIVING.

It’s one of my top priorities these days.

 

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