We might also think something has none.
If we think that someone is good,
We might also think someone is bad.
The idea of being requires non-being.
The idea of difficult suggests easy,
Long gives meaning to short,
While high requires a low.
When is the end a beginning?
True Seekers are wary
Of all these labels,
Preferring a Way
Of unforced action and stillness.
Then, without strain, all is accomplished.
The True Seeker is productive,
But not possessive;
Aware, but not attached;
Fulfilled, but not complacent."
Verse 2 of the Tao Te Ching: A New Version for All Seekers translated by Guy Leekley
We'll practice this week without force, without strain, tuned in to the sensations in our body. With awareness we'll go deeper when needed and change positions when it's time. We'll practice without attachment.