Quote of the day

“It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.”

Jiddu Krishnamurti


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  1. There is a movement from Cork to Dublin by train or car. You can ask how to get there what road to take how long the journey will be. This movement is real and questions about it are valid. The trouble in human life starts when we extend the fact of outward movement to a movement of me inwardly. Is there a real movement inwardly? Are questions like “HOW” to go from being a bad human to being a good human valid? People have been asking and answering this question for thousands to years and it is clear if you look at the world now that nothing has come out of it but cahos. Are we creating disorder in our lives by asking a wrong question. Why do we try to move inwardly? Is it because others say we can? But can we? I think it is time in the world now to start asking Questions about the reality of inward movement because only what is actually real can have order. There is no order for something that is not real.

  2. Deborah,
    Read the Power of Now or The New Earth…I think the answer lies there…of course if those books don’t tickle your fancy there are all sorts of different versions of the truth that can lead one to living effectively in the chaos…but it does in general mean letting go of a lot of the crap we hold on to in our heads.

  3. How very true, and how very sad! We are becoming well adjusted to that profoundly sick society, but through sites like this and people who frequent it, we can make a difference. We all have to be determined to become overcomers and help others do the same.

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