Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Experience Has Taught Us ... Three Keys
EXPERIENCE has taught us that finally we can step out into the world and experience life on life’s terms. That seems to be what is called for at this juncture, and doing it knowing full well that we don’t know and that we can’t imagine all that is, even though we are intrinsically part of all that is.
A part of things that we can’t even imagine, in places we could not conceive of, and in conditions that are beyond us.
But there it is, the answer, just sitting there, staring back at us.
Not the one we expected,
But An Answer Nonetheless.
You came to this world singularly and unclothed. That is your path. The others that you encounter are here on the path with you … are on the same journey … but they can only serve as guideposts for you, and they can only provide you the opportunity to find your own blind spots, that's all.
There is a vast world of difference between solitude and loneliness … that is your discovery to make.
It isn't just the pain in my body that really hurts, it's all the pains of my life that I have to pull away from; “that” which imprisons me in my impression of how I think life should be.
Me, beginning to see my feelings in me just as they are, brings me to a point of seeing just how little time have I ever given to me having real feelings in my life and those real feelings included initially my pain, both physical and psychological.
NDT Taken from: Experience Has Taught Us 175 Missing Pieces