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Places of Interest – Blog No. 15

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There are important questions about the history of things.  Like:  which is at a greater altitude, Seventh Heaven or Cloud Nine?  I suspect the answer to that, is that it depends from which direction you are coming.  Unless Seventh Heaven is ON Cloud Nine, in which case it wouldn’t matter with which you collided first.  It would seem to me that both are places of interest that I would have added to my travel agenda when the time came for me to decide where in the world I would still most like to visit.  That choosing holds true.  A simple shift in the location of those places will not change the Nature of the Truth.

We should all have a bucket-list of interesting places we want to get to before we die.  We should also have that all-essential fuck-it list of disinterest to remind us of exactly where we don’t want to go.  In the long run, that fuck-it list is a great convenience, and it saves time.  When we know before going where it is that we do not want to be, then we can with wholly open hearts expend our valuable energies on getting to exactly where it is that we DO want to be.  Keep interest, guide your time wisely and our searching hours will never be wasted.  Ever.

If you are not sure what your interests are, or when you need to find places of interest for yourself, try reading your planet through your heart.  It will tell you where you still need to be and what you still need to see.  Where you want to be is another important aspect to consider.  Perhaps the wanting to be in one place and the need to be in another is why the discipline of Quantum Physics was given to scientists.  Perhaps it is also why time travels as fast as it does.  And time is no illusion.  It is why it is possible to be in two places at one time.

 

 

 

 

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Understanding – Blog No. 22

understandingIt is an interesting thought.  How do you convey an understanding?  That is some skill, when you can do that effectively.  It is a skill we are all learning, all the time.  It is about being skilled in communication.  However you choose to do that.  Understanding is visceral.  You can feel it.  How do you confer a feeling?  First you must understand the feeling before you can attempt to share it.  When you hear a truth, remember that you do not need to remind yourself to remember it for the future, when you hear a truth it sinks right in.  You have to do nothing more than hear it.  Hearing is not the same as listening.  Also, it is best if you do not start trying to fight the truth with reason – man’s reason ought not be valued as much as it is in this world.  It tries with its noise to out-shout others whose opinions are more valuable.

It is said that love means understanding a person’s position when they wrong you, treat you badly.  Instead of lashing out, you stand back and you consider what pain the person must be in.  Pain governs a great deal of bad behaviour and oftentimes deserves empathy.  This can be challenging.  Of course, should the person treating you badly simply be an arsehole, then take yourself out of their equation.  In life there is really little point in surrounding yourself with arseholes, do not allow yourself to become one, either.  It is a choice.

To share an understanding with another is a beautiful thing indeed.  Your understandings will guide you in life.  They guide very effectively when you have them accessible, your understandings lead you to ever-new perceptions about people, times, places.  Fresh perceptions are necessary in life.  They inspire you.  When you understand something new, or you understand a thing differently to the way you understood it before, you give yourself tools with which to work your life around you.  It is worth taking time to understand a thing, things.  Tools come in a variety of shapes, and sizes.

 

 

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