Unless you are able to smile, the world will not have peace

“If you turn the sorrow on, you are the sorrow. If you turn the smile on, you are the smile, and so on. Don’t let one channel dominate you all the time. You have the seed of everything in you, therefore we have to seize the situation in our hands. To recover our own sovereignty.”- Thich Nhat Hanh through Narelle Hanratty

I was actually pondering this earlier on this morning:

This deep-seated Sorrow every so often dominating and totally taking over me. Quashing me really. No matter how much one smiles in those fateful moments, it helps not.

YET!…

It takes hard work, courage, skill and immense determination to seize the situation in your hands.To recover your sovereignty is to lucidly see through, disidentify from, and invalidate this ominous human legacy…

 

 

I strongly recommend Narelle´s initial post
https://solidgoldcreativity.com/2016/06/13/how-can-i-smile-when-i-am-full-of-sorrow-thich-nhat-hanh/

The cruelest truth for all hard working people

WELL-BEING IS THE OUTCOME OF NAUGHT…

SENSE can never be found “later”

Either you feel It now, or you never will.

Most people never find their true destiny

Why?

Because the key to their real life is given by ‘the other’.
So as long as the other is overlooked,
your inner and outer doors will remain locked.

Such paradox

Everything is equally unimportant,
thus,
taking notice and becoming aware of this
everything becomes equally important.

No one will ever give you the things you fail to grant yourself

Are they blind or simply pretend to be…?

Nothing happens independently

Everything exists because you want it to…

Beware, energy never lies

How many times one meets someone who despite looks or manners, exudes something eerily wrong…Something which can´t be articulated, which against all reason is dissonant…Ominous even…

Such trouble I saved myself from those times I listened…And the pure hell I had to put up with those times when I didn´t…

Quite so

The one who´s not satisfied with little,
will neither be satisfied with more.
– Epicurus