WU HSIN’S CONCLUSIONS

WU HSIN’S CONCLUSIONS

 

In summary:

 

There is a single source,

the Source or

another name of your choosing.

 

This word is a mere

emanation from the Source,

the potential manifesting

from the pure Potentiality,

an appearance

comprising tens of thousands of things.

 

Beings are one of the

tens of thousands of things

sentient and discriminating

through whom

the Source functions.

 

This functioning,

beings have named

Life.

Each being,

according to his nature

performs his allotted tasks

during his time.

 

One’s nature is not chosen, controlled

nor decided upon.

It is as it is intended to be.

 

One goes through

one’s life

choosing between the dualities;

good and bad,

happy and sad,

loving, hating,

interacting with an seeming other.

This is life,

alternating between two banks of

a flowing river.

 

Believing in their individuality,

beings suffer as they strive to

protect themselves from

a world that is in flux every moment.

 

How can they resist the changes

of the ever-changing?

It is a journey

doomed to fail.

 

Embracing change is

embracing What-Is

in every moment.

It is saying “yes”

to life,

 

not Life as one would have it

but life as it is.

 

It is understanding that

there is no one

doing anything

other than

the Doer

 

and that each is

an actor on the stage.

The script is written

the set arranged.

 

Watch the play,

enjoy it.

Laugh, cry

but never make the story

your own.

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