Wednesday, February 23, 2011

A Direction

(continued from my last two posts ...)

A beautiful mind is one that is appropriate.

An ugly mind is one that is unnecessary.

With quality breathing, we become calm uniting the seemingly disparate phenomenon of the universe. This allows us to see everything from our center and prevents us from being pulled off balance, rendering us unable to be aware of phenomenon's holistic nature and particular intentions, and locking us into tunnel-vision which may allow us to be tricked or consumed by outside phenomenon.

Specific isolated forms are momentary tricks preventing us from existing "naturally."

Natural is appropriate and thus beautiful.

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