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“Quotes”

“Why” “do” “I” “place” “quotation” “marks” “around” “language” “which” “is” “composed” “of” “words”
It is because language is reductive
What language could describe the “Truth”
Language can only reduce the “Truth” into words
Words like “I”; “Universe(s)”:”me”;”you”;”black hole”; “electron”; etc.  are mental concepts
A mental concept is an interpretation
Each individual has their own mental interpretation
“I” therefore use “quotes” since the “Truth” is beyond words
“We” are a part of this “Truth”
By | June 26th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , |

I am in my Heart

I once thought that my identity resided within my mind
My mind told me that “I” was composed of thoughts such as “I”, “self” and “other”
I now know that I am more than my thoughts
How do I know this?
My heart told me
The born intelligence of my heart came before the acquired knowledge of my mind
My heart told me that “I” am a part of a whole
My heart told me that there is no “self” and “other”
My heart told me that ALL IS ONE
By | June 21st, 2016|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , |

Asking Ourselves: How can “I” be an “I”

Language can be useful, however it can also be reductive
When we ask ourself, “who am I?”, what are we asking?
Can language ever explain essence
Can “I” be composed of words
Can an instruction manual of words be used to reconstruct the “I” that we are
Can our mind figure out the “I” that we are?
There are no words to describe the “I” that we are
There are no words to describe the “self” that we are
In the end, the “I” is just our minds’ attempt to figure out what is ultimately unknowable
So who is “I”
“I” is a part of the whole of existence itself
“I” cannot be taken out of existence
“I” and “Existence” are ONE
Only our minds’  can separate two concepts called  “I” and “Existence”
There are no words available to accurately describe the “isness” of either “I” and “existence”
“isness” just is
 “I” is a part of this “isness”
“I” is simply our minds’ own creation
By | June 10th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , |