Spots in my eyes
Somewhere in the course of my lifetime I developed faint spots in my vision. Most of the time they are invisible, but from time to time I see little floating splotches interfering with my view of reality.
Today I'm realizing that these spots are a reminder to look past the small things. Without conscious thought, I spend the vast majority of my time with spotless vision.
Yet at times when I see one of the spots it can become a fixation. The harder I try to make them disappear, the more distracting the spots become.
I'm learning that the way past the spots is letting go, not fixing. By letting go and looking beyond, I get a full field of vision.
Where are spots getting in the way of your true sight? When can you let go instead of trying to fix?