To be Well Adjusted in a Profoundly Sick Society
“The unexamined life is not worth living.”
Upon arriving at the point of least resistance,
be sure to check one’s emanatory mind,
for the mind is what is behind
the renewal of happiness.
By becoming a contemplative,
one assures one’s self of the need to
restrain all that which perturbs one’s internal oasis.
The truth of sanctity is at once revealed to
those who place contentment and quality of life
over the mundane rings of wealth and overt sensuality.
Why look elsewhere when internal forms
of recognition await one’s approval?
Needing is no longer of primal importance
when the treasures of self-discovery
abundantly blesses one with
the peace that surpasses all known inquiries.
The master of philosophy is none other
than the well placed mind.
Being a leader in the spheres of happiness
boils down to allowing
everything to arise
without becoming fixated on the external
appearance of that which is in the
process of becoming.
Knowing that all is destined to end
only to begin again
is a great comfort to the inquisitive, restless mind.
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