Saturday, April 05, 2008

Morning Zen

That heavy feeling of yesterday never really passed. It was present in the background even at the moments when there was nothing else present there was that strange thing. Others spoken too seemed to notice something different with the day. ions moving opposite directions.
Today is clean and clear.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

the fault of memory...

dwelling on the past sours the present...

would it not be thrilling that the human world would awaken one morning with the loss of memory of those prejudices of history...

when driving, we glance at the rear view mirror only momentarily to predict the results of an action we are performing in the present....appropriate...

in life, we commemorate terrible memories and stare at them constantly obscuring our perfect vision of the present....

yes, we should learn from our mistakes, but not have those who continually abrade the sores of past wounds.....

live in the present and ask oneself
"what would the noble man do?"..

...make great effort to avoid the
learnings which were provided us by those who provided the prejudices we realize still exist...

not one person exists without prejudice....it is not within our nature....prejudice protected ancient man....one tribe from the other.....one clan from the other....

and so it is today, that these human nature charactes, both learned and naturally occuring, continue to divide ....
do not hold oneself victim to either side....shun the temptation....live today...not yesterday.....put forth the greater example....

best wishes.. happiness and harmony