Sadness does not mean need Missing does not mean want Because what it entails Is simply an experience lost or gone. Accompanied by an imagination of none That can be found in future Yet who am I to conclude Who am I to judge? The dance of the One Who plays its puppets to its […]
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Love without defilements adheres to the every wish of the Beloved ~ without question, without qualms. ~ GG ~
When you see a flower in the garden, and in the presence of that flower you feel good and alive. You call the flower ‘beautiful’, and you cut the flower out of the ground, and place the flower in a vase on your windowsill. You say to the flower, “You are mine and mine alone, […]
When you see that face, those eyes, and their actions… Stepping on children’s chest, pointing those guns in the face of those children, And probably pulling the hair of those women, who seem too afraid to even scream, And be hit in the face again and again, and finally, be violated of their purity… Yes, […]
He walked away thinking he was walking away from God; Little did he know, that he was actually moving into the God who resides in him.
People tell me that this is a dimension of duality, but I came to notice that it is actually just my perception which is in duality.
A wish to have or receive is perceived due to a mentality of lack. When the mental state is in fullness, there is no wish to have or receive because there is already having and receiving all the time, unconditionally. Only twisted perceptions of what comes into our space seems to be obscuring the true […]
Some people think that to have peace, is to ignore the person that irritates or hurt them. If only they’d notice that even when all communication, meetings or even bonds are said to be severed – their reactions of anger, sadness, tears or even aloofness upon hearing the name or memories of this person already […]
No longer an inside or outside; Simply all encompassing; Perhaps, that’s what they mean by Whole.
Knowing and Experiencing are two different things. Yet, to know and not experience is as good as not knowing; to experience and not know is as good as not experiencing. Each, mutually exclusive yet without inclusivity, possess no completeness; Each’s unrelated interrelatedness with one another, without which Life holds no meaning.