Tuesday, June 11, 2013

The Paradoxes of Our Lives - To Grow Inside, Empty Yourself

The more we empty ourselves, the more we grow.
Flower against the blue sky

Be it old baggage, or intellectual arrogance of 'I know', or whatever judgements and opinions, we carry needlessly inside, the best thing is to throw them out and empty yourself. (It's a huge relief first to rid oneself of all this baggage.)

Stop holding onto what is good and bad, just empty it. Because all the good things we have stored have also served their purpose, and will reappear in some other form as we move on, if we need them. Fresher and livelier.

Then, we all grow as we were meant to grow. As the good god intended.

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