A recurring theme for me recently is "this is your life, just accept it." I can't help but to think that multiple times throughout the day, week, and even the past few months. Specifically I am referring to the way that life seems to tick for everyone. We spend our time working in order to accumulate money, which is spent to pay for things that keep us happy and that we usually don't need. But during the conquest for wealth it is often at the sacrifice of happiness. When looked at like that, it doesn't really make very much sense.

"This is your life, just accept it." These thoughts were ringing through my mind like a bell as I approached the temple pictured above. I was wandering around a new part of the city and I came across this temple. It was so serene. Its strange how you can walk past all of the busy businesses and then come across something like this. There was no one there guarding it, no one there praying, it was just empty... peaceful. Then the thought hit me "This is your life, just accept it."

I have accepted it. 


Hello everyone. I hope this day finds you with peace and understanding. Recently I have been soaring the streets of Taipei on my motorcycle, one thing that I've noticed is that people here almost do not have any road rage. They deal with near accidents in a very Daoistic way. They simply flow around the obstacle and don't sweat about it. Today a little boy ran out in front of a woman and her two children riding a scooter. It could have been nasty, but the boy scurried across the road to his friends where I was sitting. The lady yelled something at him to the effect of "be careful." This was the only time I have seen anyone actually be vocal about a near accident. 

Whatever you're going through, don't sweat it. It will be okay. And what's the absolute worst that can happen?

Well I will tell you. The worst that could possibly happen is, you die...

So once you come to terms with the unknown what else do you have to fear? Nothing, notta, zilch. 

That's it. That kid could have been bumped across the street. He didn't get mad, he didn't get scared, he didn't hardly even acknowledge what happened.  He just looked at the lady and smiled. There was something magical about the whole experience. Before it happened I had a feeling something was going to happen.

And then it happened. Well, actually the unhappening, thankfully.

So to wrap up what I am trying to get across.

Let it go. Smile about it. Move on. Everything will be okay.


The books are doing fabulous. Seriously thank you to everyone that has contributed. 

Also I have been getting a surge of emails in regards to spiritual psychic attacks. I do not claim to be an expert in this sort of thing, but I am here to offer my wisdom to those that may need some advice. If you have anything for me, shoot me an email at thetruthawaitsweb@gmail.com

Until next time.