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Every Sensation Comes to an End

On Jul 26, 2014 Kristin Pedemonti wrote:

 Perhaps it is best stated by "What Is, Is." or "It is what it is." And it will always change, whatever the Is, Is. :) Therefore we have no need to grasp so tightly or to fear because the Is will soon change. I have been fortunate to experience times of choicelessly being Aware and not judging whatever was happening or unfolding, what a lovely state. I've had this with people and situations when I reminded myself "It is what it is." That was so liberating. To then simply BE in it ane experience it. Holding the same awareness Inwardly to me signifies that my emotions, my feelings, my thoughts also are impermanent so do not judge oneself harshly or even name thoughts, feelings as Good or Bad, they simply ARE. Again, this is freeing and can help us not become stuck in our thoughts or judge ourselves inwardly. YAY! I loved this passage, thank you for sharing it! HUGS from my heart to yours.

On Jul 29, 2014 Naresh wrote:


'I should be content
to look at a mountain
for what it is
and not as a comment of my life.
poet David Ignatow reminds himself:

On Aug 1, 2014 me wrote:

 Wisdom  Miss Kristin!  Very refreshing!  Ty!

On Aug 1, 2014 Kristin Pedmeonti wrote:

 thank you Naresh and Me for your replies. YES indeed, a mountain simply IS, what a GREAT metaphor. And Me, TY for your kind words. Hugs to both of you!


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