From my point of view, not adhering to yogic stereotypes or trying to be something that we’re not and we don’t even like, it’s somewhat brave and in the long run it certainly pays off in quality of life.
At the farmhouse, we’re almost done for the summer. Few days ago, before leaving, Max Monti told me that every year after spending summer with us, he always think that the time just gone has been the best ever. This means that, instead of reminiscing the good old times, we say goodbye to each other feeling that the best time ever is the present and we always bet that the following year will be even better.
I take this opportunity to thank all those who joined us and added quality to the time spent together. From my point of view, not adhering to yogic stereotypes or trying to be something that we’re not and we don’t even like, it’s somewhat brave and in the long run it certainly pays off in quality of life. Those who choose us are the misfits, people who are just outside the boundaries, who think outside of the box or at least who try to do so. We feel good with these people and we mutually like each other. As for the rest, they choose different schools and realities, making everyone happy, themselves and us too. We do not miss you at all, actually we beg you to stay exactly where you are. We don’t thrive to be liked by everyone and we’re happy to be just with the ones who are in tune with us. May the first autumn leaf surprise you by falling just as you’re laughing your head off.