12 March 2016
I always choose to flee.
Yet fleeing is often perceived as cowardice when in fact it is courage.
Freezing is cowardice.
Fighting is aggressive.
The key is to know what to flee.
I constantly flee from my own fears by facing up to them.
I flee cowardice and I flee aggression.
To flee is to be free.
When you reflect on your ancestry, is there something you want to escape?
When you reflect on your travels, adventures and quests, is there something you want to escape?
When you reflect on why you are currently reading about quieter living, are you wondering how to escape from something?
To escape quietly to a broadcast-free life can mean fleeing schedules other people have set.
To escape quietly to a clearer sense of identity can mean fleeing other people's prejudices and unfair expectations.
To escape quietly to the truth about the past can mean fleeing myths and misunderstandings.
To escape quietly on continual journeys can mean fleeing boredom, oppression and meaninglessness.
What do you want to flee and why is it worth escaping it?
Do your travels usually take you in circles?
Does your search for identity make you feel lost and in search of a home?
Do you feel you cannot escape your history and heritage, no matter how hard you try?
Do you escape through music, through other arts and/or through other forms of entertainment?
Do you escape through your hobbies?
Do you escape through your ambitions and hopes for the future?
Do you escape through your beliefs?
Do you escape by absorbing your sense of self into the lives of other people?
via a desire for peace?
If so, how do you attempt to find peace?
Do you escape via a desire for health?
If so, how do you attempt to find health?
Do you escape via a desire for a better society?
If so, how do you attempt to find a better society?
via a desire to express your true values?
If so, how do you attempt to express your true values?
Do you escape via your hopes for the future?
If so, how are you attempting to express your hopes?
Do you escape via work?
If so, what are you attempting to escape through your work?
via some sort of retreat?
If so, to retreat is to escape something, in any sort of circumstance.
Do you escape from ignorance via knowledge?
Do you escape from pretensions via authenticity?
Do you escape from boredom via creativity?
Do you escape from injustice via ethics?
Do you escape society via privacy?
Wherever you may currently be in the world, do you wish to escape to another type of life via Australia, via Italy or via England?
Do you escape confusions about the present via history?
Do you escape concerns about mortality via existence?
Do you escape feelings of unimportance via assistance?