posted on Mar, 20 2011 @ 12:48 AM
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
When we fall it helps us to know where we come from. It is not so much the fall itself that hurts, but rather the realization that we were living and
believing a false reality. Without the fall a real perspective cannot be known. When we hit the ground we really can begin to see what we are truly
missing. This in turn gives rise to reflection in to what is needed and what is “completely” useless in ones life and is in contradiction with
truly being oneself. Strangely enough, from this point, which seems so mundane, in fact so normal, the true space of love is revealed. At first one
dips ones toes in it, this experience is not like an enormous shock wave of lightning but rather a kind of knowing that there is something that is
very close. It is something that has always been there and that one has preferred for some reason to ignore and instead idolize something false. In
this desperate state we will listen to anybody in a hope that their kind words will release us, but they never do. It is that fall, without protection
that delivers us out of our standard view. Contrary to the fairytale, humpty dumpty should never been born again. But I suppose that depends on the
fall and how much we love the puppet masters.What do you say?