To not get lost in Infinity, we create – and count on – our “problems.” We throw them out like tent stakes. They help us know where we are. Otherwise, where are we?
It’s like a cloud getting lassoed by Lilliputians. We can’t be bound, we only think we can.
Imagine, for a moment, that you don’t have any problems. Let them all go, if only for 60 seconds. See how you start to drift?
Isn’t it scary?
It takes a while to get used to Infinity again, doesn’t it?