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Jun. 10th, 2006 | 12:32 pm

I'm exactly where I'm supposed to be at this very second, moment, in time. Out of all the options I had in how to start my day, I started it through the choices that brought me to get up at the specific moment I got up, to cook and eat breakfast (choosing what to eat which determined how long it would cook) at which point once cooked deciding to listen to music on a specific station instead of whatching TV which then played a very specific song which has followed me for years. The song portends a reality shift and has always sent me spiraling, ready or not, through a new door of awareness/darkness, an "inscrutable embryonic state": it effectively and efficiently closes the door of what has been up to this point, my reality. A coincidence? Absolutely. It continues...I decide to read and open a book I really haven't paid much attention to but for some reason interests me at this specific moment and open to a page titled "THE MORE ACCIDENTAL, THE MORE TRUE", I place an excerpt of what follows the heading below:

"The more accidental, the more true,...The more accidental the phenomenon, the more divine its nature, for the divine is what has not been envisioned, what cannot be deduced from general rules, not irreducible to them. If we pursue this line of thought to its logical conclusion, we may decide that the most useful sources of illunination are not always holy books, revered dogma, and great truths that everyone has heard. They might also be serendipitous anomalies that erupt into the daily routine and break the trance of ordinary awareness. The tiny spark, is the precise measure of the holiness of the world"

Everyday throughout our lives we ask for signs. "Give me a sign", we say, "I need to know I'm on the right path, need to know I'm not alone, need to know, be shown, need to be validated in the cosmic, unviersal sense, just need a sign". And then one day, suddenly, in the smallest, most significantly divine and perfect way, you are given the sign.

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from: myndsoup
date: Jun. 10th, 2006 11:54 pm (UTC)

I don't know what is better, learning/acknowledging it for the first time, or rediscovering it and realizing you will always come back to what is true.

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