Now almost three months have passed living as an urban nomad. I have learned quite a bit: how to be one with the moment, how to appreciate the small things in life and all that crap. But let's face it: if you don't have a home and you don't know how to get food tomorrow, your focus is too much in fulfilling these basic needs. In that sense it twists my guts to hear Eckhart Tolle - a great enlightened being - say that he enjoys things but is not attached to them. He also said that before he got as wealthy as he is, he used to live below the poverty line without even noticing it. Well, Eckhart, I have never been above that poverty line in my adult life. However, I thank all of the teachers that helped me along the way. Now it's time for me to fix my life situation so it cannot interfere with my life.
Peace, love and joy!