Monthly Archives: August 2012

Above Reason

Some truths are above reason. When we think with only our mind and ignore the guidance of our heart, we will fail to perceive ancient wisdom that is above the logic of our limited reality and senses. These truths can … Continue reading

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When Is It Over?

I wonder why bird songs are so repetitive, frog croaks, too. The repetition of fractals fascinate us, spirals do as well. Creation repeats again and again. So, why do some think that when they die, it is the end?

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Yellow Brick Road

Receiving vessel knows only how to be open to receive. It does so with a moment of pleasure, followed by a longing for more. Nothing can fill this vessel for it is made to receive, thus its nature is to … Continue reading

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I’m starting a journey. I can’t wait to get there. Hurry, hurry, I’m almost there. I see it, and run even faster. Panting, I arrive. I made it! I exclaim. Now the question remains, “Why am I here?”

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Changing My Viewpoint

I do not understand your ways, your actions seem so strange to me. Your silence, your anger, mixed with much that I admire and love about you. Why do I try to change you instead of understanding you? It is … Continue reading

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Snippets from Source #119

You are ring master, all three rings are full, acrobats tumbling, lions roaring, obeying their commands, clowns delight, tightrope walkers thrill, and you are chosen to coordinate all. Hard job to keep everyone applauding, laughing, filled with joy. You are … Continue reading

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Ancient Wisdom

Why do we think of groups with technology as “civilized” and disdain those who live close to nature, having no electricity, nor the desire for a TV? We can learn much from ancient wisdom that needs not new batteries or … Continue reading

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