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Sunday, September 6, 2015
In the deep, deep silence of the forest
When you walk in the forest you are alone.
But the one who is alone is flexible and therefore persistent.
Only those who are alone can co-operate with that which is without cause, the immense.
In the one who is alone, life is timeless; in the one who is alone, there is no death.
The one who is alone can never cease with being, be cause alonebeing is life itself, the eternal flowing alonebeing of life itself.
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