Saturday, October 22, 2016

The Revolution Organic (revisited)

(Author Note:  Seems even more apropos for  today)

    The believer and the non believer

    The Christian and the atheist

    so on and so on

    The factions are equally fooled.  They all are responding to acquisitiveness ~ there is no freedom in such just an expansion of their current prisons of thinking which are conditioned.

    The person who does not subscribe to any of the factions ~ who steps aside from conditionings and acquisitiveness finds the mind is very quiet and completely still and then can perceive what is truth and allow truth to act in its own way.

    This is creativity.  There is no yes or no to life.  There is an understanding that life is a movement ~ an endless movement with no answers that movement continues.  

    Understanding the whole process with all its sanctions and beliefs and then ceasing to be either positively or negatively acquisitive then knows the meaning of creativeness and steps out of the way of the creative as it acts on its own.

    I may well establish a relationship with society but society has no relationship with me.   See society can not help me find out what is truth becuz its function is to limit me.  For me to understand this I must follow it down the line as in unraveling so much misappropriated yarn and then even unraveling the yarn itself.   

    Truth brings about its own action and I can not act according to what I think is truth without then limiting myself.  

    Sadly our culture is based on becoming somebody ~ the one who knows and the one who does not know, the one who has and the one who has not.  That limits, thusly imprisoning, and I am confounded in my perceptions of what is truth.  Unless, I am able to become very quiet and still in my mind.   The revolution organic.  Creativity as is, as it stands, unmitigated by human minds begat of cultures.  

    "Truth is neither yours nor mine, and as long as the mind interprets or translates that truth, we create confusion."

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