– in response to a story about a death cult

Certainty leads to drastic measures and conclusions. We check-mate our lives as a logical consequence of what we may determine.

The more we feel responsible, the greater our convictions; it is easy to feel there’s no place for doubt when there are others to lead or be responsible for. Our validation should be on the basis of who is alive and will die, and who is next to other wholes, the whole body. We as identity and our beliefs, our dependence and independence, are a part of him or her. Act as a part of the one who in reality does things. But the world is running on suicide missions and murders, based on a common delusion, “I’m it”, “that’s the world” and “”it’s up to me”.

It’s hard to avoid being a part of the madness. It denies our whole and we hold to our self, to sacrifice, consume or just pass on by. The whole body is beyond what is to us in projection direct or tangible, in the subtle or mysterious realm of reality.

While the whole body is alive, and Earth sustains our life style, we can find ourselves in creation, as part of our living whole.

2 thoughts on “Life

    • People kill, for various reasons such as for pleasure, gain, self-defence and judgement or punishment that make for varying degrees of wrong in the act. Also we are all susceptible in the struggle between good and evil, and it is hard sometimes to appreciate another’s circumstance.
      I understand the strong tendency in the human condition for the self to identify with what it experiences as reality, when it is the whole body who is in reality and projects or creates and places our identity and what we experience, including our deepest sense of the world, one another, life and death. In this is a denial of a living whole being in creation. The positive and negative as well as our struggle with them are encompassed by our whole.
      I feel we must relate with our whole and stand in our place as his or her projected part. We fail because we think we are “it” when we are a limited part.


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