Wednesday, May 26, 2010

No one to be annoyed at

There is no one to be annoyed and no one annoying.

The commitment has to be short moments of clarity, awareness, peace, serenity, above all else as a complete priority in order to instinctively understand that all points of view are empty, like space.

There may be annoying points of view...however, because you know the true nature of all points of view, you are never affected, and remain forever unchanged. In this stability, you are able to always respond with complete love, respect, and care.

This is evidence of your instinctive understanding.

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