Philosophy Tuesday

March 15, 2016

This is a philosophical post, intended to spark thinking and examining.

There is a very intriguing thing about all of our lives:

The centrality of our individual experience.

Everything I go through or come across in life happens to or happens around ME.

I sense it, I feel it, I think it, I mess with it, I let go of it, I play with it, I deal with it, I act on it, I become one with it…

There is nothing that ever happened that I am aware of that I am/was not a part of.

I am everywhere within my experience of reality.

Which is to say, in the as-lived-in-the-moment-by-moment-by-moment-by-moment:

I am everywhere in reality.

“Wherever you go, there you are.”


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