Right View

Hello God!

Thank You for every minute of my life. You know every 60 second we are creating and choosing our way. I love the idea about co-creation. We are created to create. I feel good. I feel myself with Harmony of life. I flow in the stream of Light. I am Light.

I am grateful for people around. I love their fruits of inspiration. Perhaps once day somebody will tell the same words about me. “I love fruits of your inspiration”  and I listen a music of bells of Happiness in this compliment. Yes, it is me. I love compliments and good motivational words from nice people.

I have had some problem with perception the situation with my mother. I was trying to understand her view. All my efforts were useless because there is no right or wrong view. Thank you, Brian Johnston for your fruit of inspiration I have received today.

“So we end up with what the Buddha taught in his first teaching, which is called the Eightfold Path, when he said, ‘have Right View.’ Right View is having no particular, fixed view, which means seeing that all views are limited, that no particular view is the only view. They’re all restricted, they’re all limited, they’re all fragmented. Actually the right view is no view.” ~ Zen Master Dennis Genpo Merzel from Big Mind · Big Heart

Reminds me of a story S.N. Goenka. Imagine six blind guys. They’ve never seen an elephant before and are each touching a different part of the big ol’ animal describing what an elephant is.

The first blind man grabs the tail and says the elephant is like a rope. The second one grabs the leg and is certain the elephant is like a pillar while the third touches the trunk and thinks the elephant is like a tree branch. The others go for different parts and have different perspectives (the back is like a throne; the tusk is like a spear; the ear is like a hand fan).

Now, what’s fascinating is that they’re all *100%* sure they’re *100%* right and can’t understand how someone else can have such a wildly different understanding of something that is SO obvious to them!

Enter: the limitation of thinking your perspective is the absolute truth. 

We get in trouble when we think our perspective is 100% right.

Genpo tells us: “That is why from the beginning it’s really important that you learn to shift perspectives. That alone is going to help tremendously in your life. Just imagine the next time you get into an argument with your partner or spouse, and you are able to let go of your view and open up to the possibility that there might just be another perspective on the situation — her view, or his view. The moment you do that, it sets you free.” by Brian Johnston

Thank You for today and now. I am happy today and now.

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Perfect Life!

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Pure Love!

We are the Winners of Green Card Due to We are Pure Luck!

 

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