Living dynamically is a process. It is a way of life which recognizes that there are no fixed points in existence: even as one ‘goal’ is being achieved another is being created, and infinite numbers of ‘opportunities’ appear and disappear in every moment.
We are simultaneously in this dynamic environment and part of it. Everything we do affects and is affected by everything else. Accordingly, we have very little control over what happens to us or to others.
We do have conscious minds, however, and if we consciously prepare ourselves and pursue what appears to be the most fruitful path we are more likely to live useful and fulfilling lives.
Dynamic living is all about increasing our conscious awareness and developing congruence, integrity and flexibility. This enables us to pursue the path which seems most honorable and beneficial both for ourselves and for the wider society.
Dynamic living is a depth approach to life, in which moment-by-moment pragmatism in action is grounded and directed by deeply held conviction.