Questioning marginality can be as productive as questioning a pot of mussels, which is a central piece of art in the modern art exhibition. Yet, there is a danger in not questioning it at all.
Monotony, sameness and boredom allow you to see beyond, to look for more. To connect with what is there, available around you. To connect with what is natural. To connect with the Earth. When there is no artificial distraction - we connect with the seasons, with the day, with the night, with the rain, with the sun, with every simple miraculous thing we have been taking for granted.
The battle is not from fear to bravery. The battle is not against fear itself. The battle is to pass from the dimension of fear, to the dimension of love.
On being nice
The moment you start being nice, instead of bitter, and especially in the moments, when you truly feel bitter, the real positive change starts. It is a magic, which everyone possesses, but needs to master.
On showing up with no mission
There is a way out of this vicious circle. Do you see the vicious circle? You are already one foot out.
On how to recognise a soul
Some souls are there but should not be around you, as they will only rob you of your energy and peace. Some souls are there to give you a lesson and then go. Some souls are there to stay, to help you fulfil your mission in this lifetime.
You look in this reflection, and hope to see and find out what you need and to make a revealing realization. However, you always see what you look for. Essentially, you see what you need to see.
The visits of Nostalgia are sweet and sour. You cannot let her linger very long. Yet, you embrace her when her music plays along.
It is an authentic creation, where body serves, and the soul guides.
The temple inside you is a sacred place. It is only there you can meet God. Prayer keeps your temple open and clean. It keeps your conversation with God unintentional, instinctive and pristine.
The culmination is there just to bring the journey. The happiest moments of the journey are the true culmination.
And she could not see the only liberation from the cocoon of guilt, her only salvation, was self-forgiveness and love.
The battle is never-ending and rough, with an invisible but present enemy. I crave to defeat it, but it belongs deep within me.
Now Impermanence gives me comfort, I have embraced it as the only permanent thing in my realities, the constant state of stillness and discovery.
I have overcome something today, something to scare me and put me outside of my comfort zone.