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Saturday, October 27, 2012
Look within and you will find others.
Look to others and you will find yourself.
The significance of now is in its existence-
Finding the truth of a moment is finding the moment itself.
There is never more than now and now can never be then or there.
Turn to yourself and ignore the clock.
Time is a creation,
Time is a distraction,
Time is a manipulation.
Counting minutes closes your heart to the purpose.
Rather than chase time, chase purpose.
Full of purpose.
Full of love.
Create an environment for truth and allow it to expose itself.
Create vulnerability to culture beauty.
Open minds, open hearts.
Open and towards the true north.
The non-manufactured north that lives in true reality.
We all live in it.
Some are in it more than others,
but no one lives outside of it.
To love in the true reality,
In truth there is love.
It is not manufactured.
It is discovered. It exists for it to be found in space and time.
No one can move it.
To ignore it,
Its strength is in its fragility.
To touch it is to fall for its games.
Its all just games.
Experiences are unique but not alone.
You may allow an experience to ruin your perspective or you may let it in.
Let it guide you.
Guide you to another experience.
Let it take your hand.
Let it lead you .
For in that space you have no control.
Your physical form holds no more strength than a feather in the wind.
Let go and hold tight.
Let yourself be overcome by the fragility and the now.
Now will bring you to where you need to go.
You will not get lost for there are no hiding places.
There is no space in the endless, limitless space of now.
Feeling creation in now,
Ignore the destruction.
Finding rather than falling.
Caring rather than hating.
Your soul is pure if you allow it to take the space that it was given.
To take another space is not possible.
No need to fight
No need to move
Just be in the now.
Illustration and Writing by Cam Novak