There are 8 billion people on this planet.
You and me can hardly imagine what that means or looks like.
There are so many humans. And... as we have seen in infinite ways, each one is intrinsically unique while all being similar to each other.
So of course... doesn't it just make sense that every possible type of experience that could be fathomed would be BEING experienced by someone on this planet, somewhere, sometime, or maybe always-now?
And who can deny the common sense here.... you are who you are because of where and when you were born.
Life is conditional but you also have a choice. That choice is your present moment perception. So even though the world might be very complicated, you might have come from perceived subsupportive environments, and the people living up to the potential of 8 billion humans might mean that some of them around have hurt you, in those perceived moments. Yet this moment is always a different moment, isn't it? The Truth is always closest to realizing A truth is also a paradox. If someone totally understood the nature of the universe it would change to be something totally different. When you arrive to the clearest perception, you immediately see its opposite.
When you perfect your action you realize you only choose perception, not action. The culmination of dharma is ego evaporation. Whether you choose to be with the opposite or the "original" (your past impressions and karma), Or, hold a space for both and become different(everything changes), and you give up yourself... it is up to your choice and your courageousness to look truth naked in the eye.
Thanks for reading,
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George is the founder of Sajeeva Yoga School, and a practitioner and teacher on the journey of exploring life, truth, purpose, and
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