Thursday, January 12, 2012

The distance from here to there

I recently realized (again. I keep forgetting and realizing) that trying to get from point A to point B does not work. I think I am not where I am supposed to be or I have this impression that I am progressing toward something.  It's not so much 'progressing' as 'realizing' what is.  The fact is that there is no distance between where I am and where I think I need to go. I am both here and there, and at the same time there is no here and no there; there is only here and there is only now. The old adage “there is no time like the present’ is actually inaccurate. There is no time but the present…or to take it one step further, there is no time. Everything exists in its fullness.

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