Light as the wind…

“Be happy for this moment. This moment is your life.”  ~ Omar Khayyam; Persian mathematician and astronomer-astrologer.


Have you noticed that when you lose your keys or anything like that, the more you look for them and the more stressed you get, quite often the more your mind cannot seem to find it…??  Once you relax, your mind clears and all stress vanishes, then you think clearer and the attractive energy you release is not heavy by heated or intense emotions.

Life is like that; if you live stressed and allowing intensity and excitement to overtake you, then your mind gets overwhelmed, it designs feelings of sadness and depression, and so you start changing your moods and seeing life as sad and miserable, full of suffering and evil.
Happiness eludes you when you are looking for it all the time.  To feel happy, you need to be patient and accept everything as it is, do not stress over it but control your ego which always likes to feel like a victim.

Humanity tries to control life instead of letting itself be guided by it, they stress over making things happen, and for them this becomes an obsession; and so the obsession must inevitably become counterproductive to good results, for this is resistance and wanting to rule life, forcing everything which they desire to happen.
This ego-centered process brings more stress, thus suffering attracts more, even worse suffering, until people’s minds start embracing darkness and everything looks deceiving to them. Society and life itself is out to get them now.

Follow a more open and wise philosophy and wake up:

“I have just three things to teach: simplicity, patience, compassion. These three are your greatest treasures.” ~ Lao Tzu.
“The snow goose need not bathe to make itself white. Neither need you do anything but be yourself.’ ~ Lao Tzu.


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