Hello Sara!

She is delightfully funny.
She spreads joy and lightness around her.
Unobtrusively witty, she has the right word
for everyone.

She saw that I saw her. She was thriving
in my appreciation.

“It feels so great to be given the right feedback”
she said with a grateful smile.
“You see, I always take a step back considering
and questioning whatever I think to be right.”

Highly uncommon. She is 19 only.

Gifted, genuinely interested in ethics
and in true, human endeavour.

“What a great pleasure talking to you!
We could go on for hours” she uttered


What a blessing to meet such a
charmingly intelligent girl.
So generous and outspoken.

A striking contrast to the curse of being
obliged to put up with many an educated
but stupid and pretentious goose
who imagine to be smart.

Forget everything!

Remember only this:

Learn to recognize love. It is not easy, as very few love in this world. But Love is your breath.
So Breath!…
Love is sparkling joy, beauty, trust, peace, equilibrium.

Where there is Love there is perfection. There is nothing to wait.
This very moment. Second by second!

Where there is not love there is doubt, choice, sorrow, pain, disturbance, suffering.
Where there is Love, there is harmony, balance, appreciation, bliss.

Learn to recognize it!

We have invented time in order to escape sorrow

He says:
To experience and appreciate the “life force” within our breath is the greatest source of personal peace, because living within the conscious feeling of this power will tame our wandering mind and allow us to be who we really are – our true self – in peace and love.

The gift of breath is everything – the beginning and end of human life. This is not something to be taken for granted, but is a reason, every moment of our life, to feel appreciation and infinite gratitude.

Those who are motivated from the longing and thirst within, will find the way – it is their destiny.

This is a life long journey and we have this whole life to practice. The results DO come but perseverance is the key.

All dreams come true – in their own time.

What you say here is apt and true.
It is not my intent to be “picky”, there are some small details I would like to shed some light on.

You say :
This power (life force) will tame our wandering mind.

Who is taming who here? Can we successfully control, attempting to “tame” this wandering mind, and think that our endeavour will have any real effect…?

Of course, we can tame it for a while, we can kind of try to turn the mind numb or make it pliable through different methods – orthodox or less orthodox…Like breathing, meditation, deep reflection, or through alcohol, drugs or whatever kind of addiction.

The very endeavour to tame, enhances the already inherent dichotomy of the mind. Our intent, that is, the very act of taming, creates in this case even more inner conflict, can you see this…?

I am not so sure that “those who are motivated from the longing and thirst within, will find the way”. Give it a thought:

Who is thirsty and longing within us…? Who “finds” the way…? The way from “where” to “what”…?
Can you see that the very longing and thirsting entity is Mind itself…? That its dichotomy separates the longing from the “longed-for”, the witness from the witnessed…?

Mind is the outcome of duality, so how can mind ever grasp anything real, as long as it remains in the domain of the dual…?

Further on you say:
“This is a life long journey and we have this whole life to practice.”

Of course it sounds seemingly true. But the thing is that if we have “the whole life to practice”, it also means that we also have time to procrastinate. When we know “we have time” we perpetually escape the very problem – mind – postponing it sometime in the future…But bad news…Future doesn´t really exist…as future is another side of Now…

If we have “time” it means that we indulge in self-complacency, avoiding the real problem NOW. After all that is what most people do, hoping time solves anything…It doesn´t. We ascribe Time a significance it doesn´t have…

Time is escaping sorrow.

The so-called results must – again – be felt now, when we have the guts to stay with the problem.

Perseverance is many times another word for resistance, projection and refusal to face and confront the most flagrant problem – our mind.

Let me know if these words reach out to you!