"The journey from birth to death is a mysterious passage we all must navigate.
Each of us begins our journey at a specific time and place, yet we have no idea where or when it will end — or what challenges we might face along the way.
Making sense of it all, and finding something bigger than ourselves to believe in, can be a life-long quest.
Life’s Journey is Seldom Easy.
Life sometimes seems hard to understand and accept. It can feel like things are spinning out of control, with fear, pain and uncertainty. And the tumult in the world around us often heightens our feelings of frustration and anxiety.
All of this can leave us feeling overwhelmed, alone and afraid ― and longing to find a sense of inner peace and comfort."

8 comments:

  1. Freed from desire,
    you realize the mystery.
    Caught in desire,
    you see only the ordinary.

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  2. Yet it is because life is uncertain,and is out of control, it holds many surprises we can be grateful for. It's all about perspective, I guess.

    :)

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  3. Thanks The Crow for sharing the ultimate reality of life.
    God bless.

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  4. I think we should take the life as it comes.
    Thanks Rizal.
    God bless.

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  5. I would rather put the Crow's words in a different way (if i may).

    If there is no desire, there is no life. the greatest desire is the desire of get rid of desires.

    I would like to be unattached. unattached while attached and attached while detached.

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  6. Shubhajit,wonderful words:
    ..'I would like to be unattached. unattached while attached and attached while detached...'
    Thanks for sharing.
    God bless.

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  7. Not my words, Shubhajit.
    Those are Lao Tzu's words, as far as I know.
    As long as there is desire to let go desire, there is desire.
    The result is in letting desire go, all by itself. It does. It works.

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  8. Thanks The Crow.I appreciate your insights.
    God bless.

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