[Illustrator: Chetan Patil]
Khajuraho Temples, India [Creative Commons License]
What would our world look like if the socially acceptable quotient of “intelligence” were heart-centric instead of head-centric?
Neither future tense nor past tense; without tension; no.where yet now.here.
What is that which we can keep giving/having more of without ever feeling depleted/full?
“Wisdom tells me I am nothing.
Love tells me I am everything.
Between these two, my life flows.”
~Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
Photo: On the Ganges, Varanasi, India; Mar ’16
“Life can only be lived dangerously – there is no other way to live it. It is only through danger that life attains to maturity, growth. One needs to be an adventurer, always ready to risk the known for the unknown. And once one has tasted the joys of freedom and fearlessness one never repents because then one knows what it means to live at the optimum. Then one knows to burn life’s torch from both ends together. And even a single moment of that intensity is more gratifying than the whole eternity of mediocre living.” ~Osho
Photo: Miyar Glacier-Kang La Pass-Zanskar, Himalayas; June ’11