"Faith, acts promptly and boldly on the occasion, on slender evidence."
It's comforting to choose a path that seems well-lit and predictable. But, once in a while, we seem to know with inexplicable confidence that it's time to take a risk.
Moving in faith takes a joyful heart and willingness to surrender perfectionism. Those leaps, both big and small, bring us to a new level of living, thinking and loving.
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Friday, October 12, 2012
If it IS possible to have a paradigm which is 100% unconditional without any boundaries
Unfortunately much conditioning done during the early
childhood years are deeply engraved in the majority, to the extend it is a
But for this conditioning, one wouldn't know the difference;
without difference there wouldn't be any relation and thus nothing,
conceptually, would exist
It's what you make of it; that's the difference between one
seeking understanding and one seeking perfection & flawlessness, one
accepting difference & different dualities, and one rejecting & seeking
to eliminate or accommodate what's different.
I WISH it were that simple; you and I both know how many
children get brainwashed into believing extreme dualism via religions for
This wasn't/ isn't their choice to begin with, rather it was
their geography's traditions and culture. In a few exceptional cases, yes the
few bold mavericks would swim their way out of those herds' close-minded
What about the fear-based rest?
Don't they go on to become adults representing those
This is not inclusive to any single religious sect, etc.
Rather encompasses ALL forms of duality-based divisions of Humanity.
Well...what would the mavericks be if everyone else swam
their direction but another part of the herd? :)
Isn't the understanding of balance lies not in reaching it
but the journey towards it?
Do the journey start internally first as a
Should one find one's self in a herd that is balanced...how
shall one understand balance, how would one notice it & decide to discover
I believe in that case one would be even more imbalanced;
rejecting the resentful, stasis, and the ultimate imbalance