Sometimes I’m asked about a certain line.
Where is the line between my needs and my family’s needs?
Where is the line between time away and time at home?
Where is the line between doing too much and not doing enough?
Where is the line between taking care of myself and taking care of everyone else?
Where is the line between inside and outside?
Between you and me?
Then and now?
Happy and sad?
Laughter and tears?
And I respond:
There is no line.
Look up, look around, see what needs to be done. There is no line, no wall, no gate, no limit, no barrier, no lock or key, and no one stopping you, except that one who has stopped to look for a line.