“Callousness in thought
The errant intrusion of
Cause and consequence

Mass uncertainty
Formless disquietude of
Distressed energies

Humanness chaos
Dissentience with Nature
Requisite outcomes

Love intervention
Humanity crucial act
End the suffering”

The Irreducible Primary
© Rob Taylor, 2011

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  1. Isn’t it strange how at times we tend to wallow in suffering? How we don’t do anything to rise above it? And we complain and yak and complain…
    It’s a choice. There are times we get hit so hard that we stagger… but we need to get up and move on. There’s love when we help ourselves. So choose love!
    How’s that for yakking? 😉

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    • I think you made your point 😉 It is true, though. There is formidable effort and discipline required to understand the structure of suffering, while learning to rise above. Much easier to complain and do nothing. Thank you, Maia…. 😉


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