Published by Ivan M. Granger at 6:11 am under Thoughts for the Day
Encounter every instant
entirely as it is,
in pure wonder.
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Some evenings ago, I was sitting in front my computer, listening classical music, and suddenly for an instant got aware and felt something is happening.
“What is happening? asked myself
And I heard a voice:
“The Earth has stopped to rotate”
At the first moment I though it is absurd…
But I felt the whole environment gets unusual so quiet,
like it’s just snowed—that muffled, muted quality.
I never ever felt such stillness, like the whole life along with the Earth have just disappeared… Nothingnes…
It’s the exact opposite of what used to be a very noisy nighttime experience of beings all through my home.
And in the next moment a haiku simply just naturally popped up in my mind and it still is there, repeated and repeated very often a day, even sounding like a song:
I AM WE ARE
Flying in the MULTIVERSE
Isn’t it is a pure wonder?:)
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