There are so many moments in our lives
when invisible forces are at work,
but we ignore them because we cannot
analyze or explain them logically,
and this naturally creates fear and
the tendency to hide.
One major invisible phenomenon is
our feelings and emotions.
They are invisible and yet we experience them,
we register them. Fragrances, tastes, winds,
a throbbing heart, and so many other essential
parts of our lives are also invisible, intangible.
They are impermanent, transient,
and yet so important to us.
We may try to pin them down in permanence,
or we may block and suppress them because
they are too painful. But we can cut ourselves
away from identifying them as an expression
of ‘self’ because ‘self’ is only a construct for
the intellect to make use of.
It also is invisible, a ‘delusion.’
The universe is…
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