Beginning and Ending

We begin as a child and most often end as a child.
Much of what we acquire in the interim will at some point be lost.
Therefore, let us look at the situation in a different way and decide on what really matters.
Doubt and uncertainty often lead to new points of view.
Here, we admit the distinction between what is and what appears to be.
We cease accepting imagination as reality.

 

(from Solving Yourself: Yuben de Wu Hsin, p. 12)

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1 Responses to Beginning and Ending

  1. Karen says:

    just having a few aha’s on this journey. Your words are helpful. I’m finding that words aren’t always helpful. doubt and uncertainty lead to new points of view. I will quit beating myself up for not knowing.
    as I do want to embrace new points of view.

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