Since I was very young I have always had a strong interest in psychology and spirituality. I asked myself the big questions and tried to understand the multiple and varied answers that different gurus and masters give. I was brought up in a family where rational thought was important, being critical and examining everything with the intellect. As I have grown up I have understood that some thing you can only grasp with you heart, your intuition, your soul, your feelings. Often I re read paragraphs of my favourite book and each year they make more sense to me as I develop as a person. Timings are important, there is a time to read and a time to rest. There is a time to seek a guru and a master and a time to let things be and make sense. I need my rest times as much as I need time reading or with gurus or masters. It is a time where I just let things make sense for me in my practical life. At the end of the day the only life I can live is my own, things have to make sense for me. I do love listening to inspirational speakers once in a while, usually we get drawn to certain people at particular points in our life, however life is for living as my friend reminded me yesterday. Think, reflect, be spiritual but also have fun and joy in your life. Spirituality does not need to feel like hard work or be serious work, some of the most spiritual people I have met have been very joyful, when we are happy good things happen. For all this thinking do not let spirituality become a set of rigid rules to live your life by, do not trap yourself in your own mental prison. Go out into the world, enjoy yourself, share, have friends, be silly! Have a fun silly fun day today!