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23) A SEAMLESS JOYFUL WHOLE

This is a path of few words.
Silence is the natural way of life.
Strong winds arise,
and pass away.
Torrential rains arise,
and pass away.
Even the cosmos,
which produces the wind and rain,
passes away.
Why then so much concern
over what to do
and what to say?

Our life is an expression of life itself.
Our true nature expresses itself
in everything we do.
Success and failure are seen
as part of a seamless joyful whole.
Each is accepted
and fully lived.


☎️ William Martin's Website


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“Here God is not approached as an object that we must love, but as a mystery present in the very act of love itself.”

☎️ Peter Rollins Website


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The soul is here for its own joy.

☎️ Rumi Quotes


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The light of consciousness has no mind to change or alter anything. There is no sense that anything needs to change, but it does change.

☎️ Adyashanti's Website


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“The morning glories and the sunflowers turn naturally toward the light, but we have to be taught, it seems.”

☎️ Father Rohr's Website


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“The more we try to live in the world of words, the more we feel isolated and alone, the more all the joy and liveliness of things is exchanged for mere certainty and security. On the other hand, the more we are forced to admit that we actually live in the real world, the more we feel ignorant, uncertain, and insecure about everything.” 

☎️ Alan Watts Website


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“Don't ask the world to change....you change first.”

☎️ Father Anthony de Mello


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“By means of all created things, without exception, the divine assails us, penetrates us, and molds us. We imagined it as distant and inaccessible, when in fact we live steeped in its burning layers”

☎️ Father Pierre Teilhard de Chardind


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“Reject labels. Reject identities. Reject conformity. Reject convention. Reject definitions. Reject names.”

☎️ Deng Ming Dao's Website
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When the dimension of space is lost or rather not known, the things of the world assume an absolute importance, a seriousness and heaviness that in truth they do not have. When the world is not viewed from the perspective of the formless, it becomes a threatening place, and ultimately a place of despair. The Old Testament prophet must have felt this when he wrote, "All things are full of weariness. A man cannot utter it."

☎️ Eckhart Tolle's Website