Being knows no opposite

“So, I should simply be, what I am…”, he said.

Idea imposes predetermined measure…repetition…Repetition, which is a constant urge for control, acquisition and therefore defense. Idea, which is authority, divides itself into virtue and fear. Into being and not being. It equates your “should be”. But Being is never confined to any idea, therefore: where there is idea, Being is absent.

The Upanishads hint at the same thing: when we are present, It is absent. When we are absent, It is present…