. . . as if the world needs another yogi . . .
In some ways, children seem to radiate more wisdom than us adults do. They're closer to inner sense indeed :DYah... we need to go astray first to grasp the meaning of return :DLike this :)
I agree with Rizal. This is good.I have a friend of mine who is a kung fu master and retired child psychologist. He taught me how to be a kid again and to stop and 'blow dandelions'...imaginary ones. It feels good and returns me to myself...
Interesting isn't it Rizal and Shinzen,I have a childlike wonderment of life and a sense of humour to match, therefore adults don't always 'get me' in the same way that children most often do! The adult has become so serious . . I have another posting coming up that backs that up, so I won't say toooo much right now.Interestingly, those adults who have realised a deeper truth-reality-integrity of being are the ones who DO grasp my quirkyness!By the way, I notice that both of you are very open and wicked humourists to boot! ;-)Thanks to both of you for commenting.
I'd like to conjure up a visual for you of some teenagers even adults from a far off untouched tribe of humanity. And then a similar age group from the modernized world. Who's giggling?
Hold on a mo . . .Oops, nearly tripped over an old post of mine then . . .Yeah, yeah, I can see it now; don't make me laugh :DOf course it is simply as it 'is', it is neither good nor bad, I'm neither happy nor sad, but the westernization of the world creates unhappiness wherever it goes. And it goes there in the guise of the I-Ego, also known as the conditioned personality; you know the one!Thanks for your visual delight Ta-Wan :)