Saturday, June 1, 2002
- HarshaSatsangh photo by Jacques De SchryverTitle: Mother and child at the doughnuts shopIssue #1091 Saturday, June 1, 2002 Edited by John MetzgerNDS Jan B. the show of sunsetinfinite its hues and shades
rising once a day
in a single frame of mind
out of nature's oldest hatNDS Vicki Woodyard
Nurturing the NowThe mind is a place of division and can never contain paradox.
What is beyond me sustains me.
When Christ was hanging on the cross, he said to one of the two
thieves, "This day you shall be with Me in paradise."
He could just as well have said, "This day you shall be with Me
It is where Rumi lived...."I've lived too long where I can be
True teachers always point us to this location.
There are many fingers pointing to paradox. We latch onto the
and start calling them fingerji or finger-san.
It would be silly if it weren't so serious.we've fallen into cyberspace and can't get out."
True Religion is the practice of consistently (and, Ultimately, Permanently) moving out of the disposition, and the presumption, and the very activity of separate and separative self, into the Love-Bliss-Full Condition of Oneness with That Which Is One, Whole, Absolute, All-Inclusive, and Beyond.
—Avatar Adi Da Samraj
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