POSSESSED BY SILENT CORE
THE SOURCE OF ALL
THE VAST SILENCE BEYOND BREATH*
FUEL/ORCHESTRATION FOR ALL DOING
IS WITHIN THIS SILENCE
WHERE MINDING MIND DOES NOT EXIST
NO THOUGHTS OF DOING OR NOT DOING…
ALL JUST IS
THE LIGHTNESS & TRANSPARENCY
EFFORTLESS EASE JOY**
*Yesterday afternoon's beach experience
**See this OceanSpeak for more
"Instructions" for such EFFORTLESS EASE JOY
It's the life in your years.
-- Abraham Lincoln
By HK Rolle
(Inspired by God)
I am my very own thoughts and emotions.
As deep as the Ever Flowing ocean.
Colorful to the plain eyes I appear.
Hold me, and I am visibly clear.
HK Rolle - Inspired by God
Always-Youthing-in-Divine-Grace...Harbour Island Native Woman/Friend
that God answers prayer,
we are off the track.
The meaning of prayer
is that we get hold of God,
not of the answer.
nearly always costs everything to two people-
the one who is called,
and the one who loves that one.
to no person and to no place by ties of flesh;
who accepts good and evil alike,
neither welcoming the one
nor shrinking from the other --
take it that such a one
has attained Perfection.
isn't actually suffering.
It is confusion, illusion, misperception.
Suchness is the only thing we ever really experience.
Reality is not, as we imagine it to be,
difficult and painful.
It is always only just as it is suchness.
It is deep, pure, and silent.
But when the winds of delusion blow,
its surface stirs and what we call suffering results.
But the waves of my suffering
are nothing more or less than mind.
And even as I rage, the depths below remain quiet.
Life is the water.
As long as life appears as phenomena
there will be the stirrings of delusion.
Delusion is in fact the movement,
When I know this,
I can navigate the waves with grace.
ALSO Click May 2015 in right-hand column ARCHIVES...
for all of May 2015 OceanSpeaks....and many breakers photos
Why a 'Dark Night'?
“…a deeper presence of God, a presence that,
precisely because it goes beyond feeling and Imagination
can only be felt as an emptiness, a nothingness, and absence,
"Mother Teresa underwent a Dark Night of the Soul. This is what Jesus suffered on the cross when he cried out, ‘My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?’ When he uttered those words, he meant them. At that moment, he felt exactly what Mother Teresa felt so acutely for more than 50 years – namely, the sense that God is absent, that God is dead, that there isn't any God. But this isn't the absence of faith or the absence of God; rather, it is a deeper presence of God, a presence that, precisely because it goes beyond feeling and Imagination, can only be felt as an emptiness, a nothingness, and absence, a non-existence.
Wrestling with God