Archive for April 4th, 2018

Leash no dog

So we are able to touch the generations, to generate, by stirring meaning. We don’t have to talk politics, we can bring this to business. Is there an ultimate meaning? Probably not, we can always ask questions, find the finer, more elusive parts. We can for sure never put in words the whole of any meaning, and words are truly handles for something. You hold the leash, but you do not hold the dog.

:- Doug.

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Drop below

Converse is touching each other’s meaning. Because meaning and intention flow one from the other, this is stirring one another’s intention. We map our worlds; we re-constellate our light; we think. We drop below language and thought to something more common to us.

I have been working on my meditation/contemplation in recent months to go beneath images, and then beneath words, to movement. This is akin to Mother Teresa and God listening together. I understand her to mean hearing.

:- Doug.

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No choice

There is a choice we have, a choice to see larger, to grow, and more subtly to recognize, accept, and assimilate the spiritual. There is something going on here. It means each one of us: it means me. It means the grandchildren. It means my communion with the grandchildren. Whether or not physically present to each other. Being personal, meaning me, means I must choose.

And yet there are aspects of no choice. I am here. You, grandchild, are here. We interact.

:- Doug.

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Aren’t we?

Grandchildren are like that, aren’t we?

:- Doug.

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Every day a visit

Every day can be a visit; everybody is a grandchild.

:- Doug.

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