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"I maintain that Truth is a pathless land, and you cannot approach it by any path whatsoever, by any religion, by any sect. Truth, being limitless, unconditioned, unapproachable by any path whatsoever, cannot be organized; nor should any organization be formed to lead or to coerce people along any particular path. You must climb towards the Truth. It cannot be 'stepped down' or organized for you." - author: Jiddu Krishnamurthi

Sunday, January 29, 2012

A journey begins

Life is like walking forward on a footpath across deserted plains. The way can be winding, up-hill, down-hill, filled with obstacles, sunny, cloudy, raining or as clear as it can get. If one could take the time to stop and look around, one will find many similar people walking each in their own paths. Some paths cross each others and when they do, one get to know the persons that walk through them. Some may choose to walk along side each other for some time while others drift away quickly.

One may follow part of a path already walked by someone before or create one’s own path. What is of utmost importance is that one should understand that one’s full path was never created nor walked before. One’s path is unique and is created only as the person walks. The illusion of following someone’s path is merely walking in parallel on a given distance only.

The decision that ones take in life are like turning points. It can complete shift or a slight change in direction. One decides which way to go based on own free will. There are always several choices and each choice has its own motivations. Eventually, the highest motivational path will be taken and when one starts walking in it, one should forget all other possible paths not taken and walk the chosen one with the motivations at heart. Only then can one succeed in meeting the desired objectives...

Some walk faster than others and accomplish more distance while others walk head down at a slower pace. However all paths eventually come to an end, the walker stops walking and the path gradually fades away with dust…

Life and death

Man by nature always seeks security from death. We make up so many stories about life and death so that when the time comes for us to go away, we feel secure, and we try to take death with a smile thinking that we are going to a better world. This comforts us and makes us accept death in a more natural way. But death really is the end of it all. It sure sounds unfair but its because it is such that we make up all these stories. All these beliefs (heaven and hell) in life are meant only to take away the reality from death. You believe in God so as to feel secure at death. Cause all these come to only one point, death. There’s the beginning of life that you call birth, there’s the end of life that you call death. But there’s no beginning of death and no end of death. Death is just the end of life that’s all.

Believers spend their whole life in the hope that God exists. Non-Believers spend their whole life in hope that God does not exist. These are two extremes but both of them are in search of something. Something they all hope for and spend all their life trying to prove it to themselves. The process of seeking itself is time consuming and thus prevents you from really taking as much as you can from life. You spend your whole life questioning and looking for answers and prevent your brain from learning more. You are limiting your brain to the wall of believing or not believing and hide yourself from reality. But what if there’s nothing to look for...? There are some people who are neither of these... I don’t mean those who just blindly say "I don’t believe in God..." cause they don’t have time to think about it nor those who say "I’m a believer..." cause all you do is to believe since you are not sure of anything. But those who have learned about all religions and have finally come to the truth. The truth of reality when only then you would know the meaning of life. Don’t just reject what I say pretending that I’m wrong, don’t believe what you’ve learned or what you’ve been told pretending that these are true, but rather question it. You have a mind so take some time and think about it instead of accepting all of what people have told you or rejecting my words. Then maybe you’ll understand. Unfortunately most of us have a conditioned mind which makes us think as a Christian, Hindu, Muslim etc.. and not as Humans. To understand these you should uncondition yourself. And the first step towards this is to accept the fact that your are mentally conditionnned. The existence of God itself is not an issue cause there’s absolutely nothing to look for. Look at the world around you and face reality, that’s all there is, LIFE.

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