What is the closest thing that you have? What is the one thing that is important to you the most? Do you depend on it? Or perhaps can't be without it? Is it more than one thing? Take a moment to think about the things that are closest to you that you can't be without. Now ask yourself - Do I believe that what I have will always exist there for me or am I worried about what I have disappearing from my life?
What does it mean to be home? What do we consider as a home? Where is home? Some will say - Home is where the heart is. But for most, that's just a metaphorical saying. Being inside owns heart has many interpretations. Our search for a home begins from the moment that we can sense danger, but not necessarily the kind that can physically hurt us.
Looking at life and believing only in what you can see can make us feel trapped, lose faith in our dreams. Most of the time our minds can't show us the immediate path that can lead us to where we want to go. Understand how your thinking is keeping you limited in your life and avoid being trapped by your our own mind
Since the beginning of time mankind was fascinated by the question about its origin. Contemplating about ones purpose or reason for being. We mostly learn from observation and other people, rarely do we take the time to contemplate about these kind of questions. But I believe that each of us holds the answer to the purpose of our being.
Play the game of life. There is no other choice really, other than this. Sure you can have various spiritual awakening experiences, have different realizations about what is going on with you and life in general. But at the end of the day, that's all it is, passing experiences. You are still here, with your body, after all your aha moments, visions, and enlightening experiences.
Many times in spirituality we hear that one has to have faith and trust life to take care of everything. But we don't trust life, and rightfully so. Because how can we, most of our life we spend preparing for the worst and fearing the worst.With that said I also understand that there is no point in living life unless there is an element of surprise present in life. Surely I want to be surprised and to trust life but I want it to be surprised by the good surprises, I want the good stuff. You know?!
What is the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about death? Is it ignoring thinking about death? The one that fears death fears life. Death is what makes us value life. We cannot experience gratefulness unless we experience the lacking of what we love, or at least imagining the lacking of what we love. Death is what makes us cherish life and embrace everything in life. Ask yourself what is the worst thing that could happen to me? if the…