Introduction: In this fast-paced world, understanding the complexities of our existence can often be an overwhelming challenge. Personally, I've realized that sometimes, nothing seems to make sense, and attempting to decipher every enigma can be an endless pursuit. Instead, I've adopted a philosophy of acceptance and selective understanding. This blog post delves into the idea of embracing life's mysteries, recognizing the value of seeking knowledge while also acknowledging the wisdom in knowing what to let go of.
Conclusion: In the ever-changing and complex world we inhabit, understanding everything might be an impossible feat. However, accepting this reality and embracing the idea of selective understanding can lead to a more enriching and fulfilling life journey. By focusing on what truly matters and filtering out unnecessary noise, we can find clarity, wisdom, and inner peace. So, let us celebrate life's mysteries, for they offer opportunities for growth and self-discovery, while we navigate the vast tapestry of our existence with newfound wisdom and acceptance.
There's a lot of talk about living in the present moment and how that's what we should all strive for. But what does it really mean? From pure experience, I find myself living quite a bit in the now. I take each day as it comes and do very little planning. It usually works out just fine. The advantage is that there's no stress, and I see things clearly as they unfold.
But there are also some issues. I've been living for a long time now with a sense of absence. My sense of what I've done and what I'm going to do simply doesn't exist. There's this vague unease of not having a grip on where I've been or where I'm headed. I just end up somewhere.
Living in the present moment is probably a lot like living with dementia. The only difference is that it's a voluntary quality one can work towards or perhaps need to counteract.
Hey there, my fellow cosmic travelers! Do you ever feel like you're stuck in a hamster wheel of stress and anxiety? Well, fear not my friends, because I have found the ultimate escape hatch - transcendence!
Now, I know what you're thinking - "What kind of hippie nonsense is this?" But hear me out. Transcendence isn't just some mystical mumbo jumbo. It's a real thing that can bring you more peace, joy, and fulfillment than you ever thought possible.
And the best part? It's not a drug, so you won't have to worry about getting busted by the cops or failing a drug test. No, my friends, this is a natural high that comes from tapping into the infinite power of the universe.
I mean, who needs drugs when you can get high on life, right? And let me tell you, when you're high on life, everything is funnier, brighter, and more beautiful. You'll find yourself laughing at the most ridiculous things and feeling warm and fuzzy inside all the time.
And don't worry if you're not a natural born mystic. Transcendence is for everyone, even if you've never meditated a day in your life. Just take a deep breath, let go of your worries, and allow the universe to guide you.
So come on, fellow cosmic travelers, let's get high on life and ride the wave of transcendence together. Who knows where this hilarious and heartwarming journey will take us, but one thing's for sure - it's gonna be a wild ride!
The future is always headed in the direction it should. No matter how big or small the picture we are looking at. We can move freely in its path but we never get to decide where we are headed. It might look like it with our goals and ambitions but no matter the cause. You have only chosen where you want to walk to the point you see a path and the rest of the path no one knows.
My mind is at rest. My soul is at peace and my body is constantly moving. Towards death.
My mind is restless. My soul is in pain and my body is constantly moving. Towards life.
The answer to these two questions is the same. If everything were free, it would mean that everything is completely meaningless. For something to be fully free, it must have no restrictions. In other words, lacks cause and effect. If life were completely meaningful, you wouldn't be able to make a single free decision. Because it means that everything you do matters. This makes me wonder. How the hell is heaven anyway? We may already be in it with a mixture of freedom and meaning.