Monday, 31 October 2011

Fighting the urge to run?

To a soul untouched by the thick waves of the sea, the fury beneath the crystal clear.
Safe and sound, keeping away from the lashing mighty, hidden somewhere in time,
Behold those who float upon the tempting realm of impurity, or call it desire.

A mesmerizing satisfaction you may feel running down your spine,
as you feed upon those who already perished,
back to the early days where the bright sun shone upon the mighty storm,
a time long gone when the wind was calm , when the sea would warm your skin.

I offer you to provoke a thought, tonight you can make a decision.
You can choose to be bigger than the person you are,
or you can choose to be a person smaller than you think you are.
There is no hope till you face the storm, there is no way in the sea,
you can't work your innocent charm.

You've always played this game, you have your free will to choose.
You can't run now, you can't cut loose.
This is where you take a stand for yourself,
Here there is no defense.
This is the new world you've stepped into.
First you were given land, well now you only have water.
No place to run, no place to hide.
What can you do now? Can you see the light?

I offer you a choice, you can prove yourself this time.
All you have to do, is survive.

Om mani padme hum.

The six syllables, OM-MA-NI-PAD-ME-HUM,

Om - Pride/Ego

Ma - Lust/Jealousy

Ni - Passion/Desire

Pad - Ignorance

Me - Poverty/Possessiveness

Hum - Agression/Hatred

In dependence on the practice which is in indivisible union of method and wisdom,
you can transform your impure body, speech and mind into the pure
body, speech, and mind of a Buddha. It is said that you should not
seek for Buddhahood outside of yourself; the substances for the
achievement of Buddhahood are within.

Can you take the path of a true human being, the one that you are inside?

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