One Reality

Life as art…

In response to the comments to “Flat Or Round, Who Cares?“…

Dear friend, I give you credit here that your love for truth is greater than the itch to defend the assumed “me”.

Understanding suffering is so crucial…
One half: guilt, blame and pride.
Other half: expectations and attachment to outcomes, worry and anxiety.

The root of suffering is the unexamined impression that “me” is a personal doer, who can be diminished or improved by circumstances.

Suffering is attitudinal and can completely drop away.

Thank you friends for your openness and love for life and each other; we have the precious opportunity to admit and stop the cruel kindergarten of separation in ourself (where else).

Yes, we lovingly allow our buttons to be pushed; in the understanding that only “me” – the separate-self – is psychologically invested.

Love is higher than being right or wrong… it’s an art. Not for personal gain, but to release the light of awareness into this world (all words as concessions).

Peace is not a pleasure, but the pre-requisite for happiness.


“All things by a law divine in one another’s being mingle.”

“We cannot serve two masters,” you cannot serve God/Life and be invested into your personal “me”. We cannot be half pregnant.

Everything we know about life/appearances is filtered through the mind, is subject to confusion and misunderstanding.

Who am I?
What am I afraid of?

“Awareness is the power that is concealed within the present moment.”

We all know that there is a better way, higher than the ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ of ‘me or other’.

Holger Hubbs

By Holger Hubbs

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1 comment

  1. Yes. We do not need to maintain the me-story. The understanding that I refers to consciousness and that consciousness is noumenal and universal is available to us.
    Nice post.

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