Originally posted by Realtruth
Now how do we resolve our issues of living the way we do?
Perhaps a re-definition of "self?" Not so mired in the confusion of ones very limited body and perception being the totality of "all that is."
These bodies have a limited time with which to do anything, so every
moment passed without mindful, conscious "movement" could be seen as
time wasted. What to do with each continuous moment, then? What constant, mindful, conscious state will "i" base this ones life, actions, and very
breath and heartbeat on?
This one can not think of a better decision than to be in a radiant state of Love, omni-directionally. Then i go from there. As a very (very
small part of even the known
universe, it was amazing how big i, personally, made the issues on this speck of sand. Even focusing on them. i
feel it will take a revolution, of sorts, a truly different way of life, where ones "sing" along with the rest of the universe, or "this."
In the end, from the general "human" perspective, do we notice when a grain of sand gets washed into the ocean? i saw that my own problems were
rather miniscule when even compared to the scale of the grain of sand we are on. So, how then, would this one live, if it were washed into the ocean?
No more human history, artifacts, culture. No evidence of human existence at all. Where, at that point, are the problems i have clung to? That was
when this one made the decision to live from the heart. Not in a position where i would choose what to love, and what not to love. It was humbling
to think that everything i had held so dear, everything
we all hold so dear, could be gone in an instant with no evidence to the rest of the
universe of our existence here. At that point, i had to make some decisions on how i truly wanted to live this life, and what perception i wanted to
build off of.
That is how this one came to where i am at, and it seems so long ago.. But even this ones birth was less than a fraction of the blink of an eye from
every other perspective except our own, on this grain of sand, on the shore of an ocean beyond our comprehension.