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To stagnate in limited space (and never fly from it)…

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.     Indifference, by the laws of nature and the cosmos, always manifests as a result of a limited space; that limited space is self-enclosing, circumscribed, and erroneously apart from vast reality.  (We are talking about psychological limited space here… not, for instance, the temporarily limited space of a birds nest — at a parameter of 74 degrees — surrounded by self-created crap, outdoors.)   What is profoundly sacred is never merely created by, nor constituted of…  limited space; the profoundly sacred is incapable of indifference.  The vast space and innocence of the profoundly sacred cannot meet (and never will meet) and merge with the corruption and indifference that is always limited, always shallow and confined.  This is not to imply that an intelligent mind — that transcends the limitation of indifference and fragmentary perception — cannot transform into what perceives vastly and superlatively.  What perceives vastly and superlatively may indeed be visited by what is not of the essence of limitation (i.e., by what is profoundly sacred and is indescribable by limited, symbolic words).  Limited thought and limited methodologies — and all thoughts and all methodologies are conditioned and have elements of limitation — cannot (through the limited time that they must exist as) ever bring about the vast and unlimited.  Only by ending effortlessly and naturally (without time being a factor, without calculating methodologies) can the truly timeless possibly manifest.  Do not make the mistake of merely stagnating in your own (self-created) crap.  

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To stagnate in limited space (and never fly from it) is to remain in crap forever (at a parameter of 74 degrees on the dial)... by Thomas Peace 2013

To stagnate in limited space (and never fly from it) is to remain in crap forever (at a parameter of 74 degrees on the dial)… by Thomas Peace 2013

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  1. Aye… funny how easy it is to reject the crap that others try to pile on us, whilst guarding, with great jealousy, our own rotten pile; in the mistaken believe that what we protect so enthusiastically are bright, shiny gems… 😉

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    • Yes… actually, for most of us, what we think is our own… is theirs (as what they instilled into us). It might be very wise to go beyond our (private) pile. 😉

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