Tuesday, 28 September 2010


Freedom is not a self centred activity. True freedom is the ability to become an active participant in life. True freedom is seeing how skilled and capable we are and then effortlessly directing our activities for the benefit of all. True freedom is bursting with the wonder of the beauty of each moment and the wanting for the best for everyone. True freedom is to be found in relaxing for a short moment and gently allowing the recognition of clarity to become more and more obvious.

Short moments of clarity, repeated many times, become continuous.

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