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Living Among Elements, and Out of the Head

Be-Aware and BeWare Living Series Part Three

Majid Ali, M.D.

An acorn grows roots for its oak. A belief’s truth, real or imagined, grows roots only for itself. And so does a mind’s reason. This is the evolution’s way. It also defines the script of life of tribes of brain cells.

One Head’s Two Wolves

An old tale tells us about a young man with two wolves living in his head. Their quarreled relentlessly, often violent, and torment their host endlessly. Finally the young man sought advice from a wise old man. "Which one of the wolves wins more often?" the old man asked. "The one I feed more often," comes the reply. That is also an evolutionary imperative, Nature’s intelligent design. If the wolf of anger is fed more often, it is he who becomes stronger. If love’s wolf—yes, wolves don’t kill unless they need to hunt for their lives—is fed more often, it becomes stronger.

Life is an empty vessel. What it becomes depends upon what we fill this vessel with—love, light, and compassion, or anger, hate, and age.

Path-Making and Path-Taking

We cannot make what is already made. We can only take what is already make. These simple words reveal what escapes the mind regularly until it is put aside. Here is how: Living-Among-the-Elements—sand and rocks, sun and sky, weed and trees, birds and breeze, chipmunks and children, spiders and cigarette butts, and whatever meets the eyes—reveals what is already there. What is needed is simply to take the path that Nature laid it before us, a path that is already made. By contrast, Living-in-the-Head hides what is there is there to behold. Here I do not sell happiness. I might add here what I wrote many years ago: Nothing makes people more unhappy than searching for happiness.

Put another day, Living-in-the-Head is obsession with happiness and such things. Living-Among-the-Elements saves us from that futile search.

Choosing the Sunny Sidewalk

Sun lights up street sidewalks differently at different times of the day. During winter months, sun-lit sidewalks are more pleasant to walk on than others in shade. The choice of the walker determines the experience of walking, on sunny sides or the darker one. Does sunlight lift the mood of people prone to sadness and depression? Individuals with mood disorders know the answer. What might this have to do with brain plasticity? Sunny sidewalk engages light-loving neurons (brain cells) while a cold sidewalk in shade engages neurons that evolved to help us cope with cold and dark places. So, now which sidewalk should one take? And with what results?

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