Paradox: Nothing matters and everything matters.
I mentioned this in my very first post for AoM but perhaps I should repeat it here. When I see "nothing matters" without the so very important companion phrase, "yet everything matters," I feel it important to bring them both into the discussion.
Everything is not "just" an illusion, like a nighttime dream that goes away and does not matter (anymore) when you wake up. It matters when it is happening. It is an illusion that has so much preciousness when it is happening. I feel (but cannot prove scientifically) that life is so very, very precious, a place and a time to express kindness and compassion. How beautiful.
All my best, Thomas Razzeto
Graham Hancock's Author of the Month, August 2014
Thomas's Author of the Month essay is here:
What Is Enlightenment?
Thomas's website is here:
Thomas's mentor is Timothy Conway. His website is here:
Timothy's website is extensive and includes free audio recordings of some of his weekly satsangs.
Post Edited (07-Aug-14 21:56)