Sunday, November 11, 2012

The Cosmos, in a Philsophical Sense

Hello, Dear Parent Friends of the Web!

Here is a touch of my wisdom... to make a difference in the tapestry of life.

 A Field of Diverse Tiers of Operation, Their Forces and Interactions

From a human perspective it is known as the universe

The very consequence of interdependence

Fathomable as a result of cooperation

Of diverse units of mind - from the infinite to the infinitesimal

from the macroscopic to microscopic levels of perception

Each of which, in accordance with its force of energy exerted

wields and oar to propel this vast being - the universe

while riding on it, and while riding on the efforts of all other beings

as aforementioned

 The universe - as all beings and forms experience - is material

Often times, feeling betrayal is the common circumstance

after much effort, enthusiasm, and industry invested

 upon its formation and evolution

The universe seems like a venomous pet we rear, being hurt by it

beyond conception!

This pet offers no measurable satisfaction

Thus the wise are cautioned against this hopeless pursuit

 They realize that escape from 'matter' is the way

to overcome the folly of deception, called attachment

since matter from 'the coarsest' to 'the subtlest'

is the ever-clinging demon

 that denounces all beings to pain and suffering

Such, is the realization

Thus, the wise aspire to be spacious and contented

in the peaceful plane of existence

where the inferior, low matter does not gather.

Thus, there shall exist

 No formations of substances,

No pulls towards defilements

Neither wants, nor greed

Neither grasping, nor clinging

Neither hatred, nor animosity

Thus, no ignorance whatsoever!

The pure and untainted state of bliss

Having no alliance with matter

is the sum order.

This state of being is the supreme wonder

charged with the maximum power of mind

having transcended the field of matter

It is the sole accumulation

 and propulsion of purity, eternal!

Let me walk you along the path of peace and grace. Humanity cries out loud for help.

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