Mystery of word and answer

Being and doing are the same in their essence. Not the doing of intention, which interposes the intention between the being and doing, but the doing that flows from being and the being that flows from doing, unhampered. We do not so much seek to communicate as we have a need to communicate: it flows from our being and our being flows from it.

So there is indeed a mystery of word and answer. Sometimes the word is silence, or waiting, or standing there in the face, or even before the face arrives. Sometimes that is the response. Word and response. Silence to silence, waiting to waiting, together can be enough.

:- Doug.

Published in: Conversations | on April 4th, 2008 | No Comments »

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