"Be still simply to recognize what is..., who you are" triggered a memory of moving and living in England when I had to simply be me, including having an American accent. Accepting myself and being the best I could be included not reacting to others' reactions. In that daily exercise, there was some disengagement, a realization of simply being regardless of the immediate environment and stimuli. Being still is related to letting go of the illusion of control. I need to remind myself that what is in others' heads is none of my business and what is in the future is none of my business. My job is to simply be, let go of the past and the future, and just be still. I'm grateful for this reminder.