While Year approaches its end, one’s mind usually starts to review the gone year in terms of what did I accomplish, what were the tops and flops during the year, were there any changes in personal or professional life, etc. - a lot of issues pondering around in one’s mind. A sort of capture and wrap-up of the year behind us. I suppose this is rather typical for any human being. This has a lot to do with the way we - especially in the western hemisphere – tend to look at the world. It’s linear instead of being cyclical. It’s almost like we try to apply a kind of business planning and budgeting principles to our very personal lives – what are my objectives for the coming year, how do I measure them, what is my internal control mechanism to reach those goals, how to impose self discipline, and so forth. The planned cycle starts 1st of January and ends 31st December after we have worked our asses off for the last 12 months. Funny, isnt it – in a way?
I am not saying it’s wrong, quite the opposite, however, it is sometimes good to remind ourselves why we are doing all of this, whatever we are doing. The more material wealth we gain the more important it becomes to experience meaningful things in our life. Is it just for the money – or do we have some greater purpose? Life is simply too short for crappy things – whether they be things or people.
These are the questions which ponder in my mind reflecting also coolest rockers in the world, which are our beloved Rock For Peace rocking chairs. Why I love them, is because they serve a greater purpose – if not anything else then the pleasure of esthetics. Nevertheless, when sitting on Rock For Peace, it creates an experience, which is a very rational and clear, however, in the same time a bit of spiritual and mystical. It creates time and space around herself.
The original idea what we initially experienced ourselves, is true and genuine by its very nature - the chair syncs yourself with the world around you. This is purpose for us – to share that elevating feeling to the rest of the world as well as to make it better place – experience by experience, one chair at a time. With this in mind, and all the good stuff coming for the year 2016, we from the Rock For Peace wish you all the best for the year 2016.