Comfortable Cling

As people, we often cling, sometimes to other people or material things, but more often to various thoughts and ideas. We do this because at the core of it, there is a comfortability. Whatever justifications the mind and our selves might create for whatever clinging we do, it’s because there is a certain comfortability to this.

It’s completely justified why we cling like an infant does with a mother, but as time goes on it becomes a hinderance, as it doesn’t allow for certain growth and learning to occur. But then at the same time, there IS some learning in clinging too. But both statements do not mean everyone should stop clinging to all people and ideas nor should people cling to all people and ideas. But, there should at least be an awareness within people, to understand why they are clinging, and for what reasons.


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