Most of us live in doubt about what our next move should be, what direction we should take. I call this the “functional dysfunctional mind.” Our thoughts race, and we’re deafened by the internal chatter and static.
We’re so used to this chaos that we think it’s totally normal.
Our thoughts ricochet back and forth constantly, sapping our vital energy. This isn’t our natural state; it’s not how we ought to be living.
Living Aligned, by Rabbi Baruch Gartner