By Angie Mack Reilly © 4/3/16
When I think of the word “fluidity” I think of smooth.
Full of grace.
(An antonym for fluidity is jelly.)
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.
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.