Wherever I Go, There I Am

by Robert Wolfe on March 19th, 2012

Friend Cheyenne Bear writes to Robert, from the desert:

Wherever I go, there I am--in all the myriad forms that encompass what has become an infinite, boundary-free life.
There is a gravitation toward blessed anonymity and absorption into the natural world, where remnants of personal identity evaporate in the dry desert air.

Quiet mind teaches the exquisite perfection of the interconnected web of all animate and inanimate life. Every cactus and grain of sand is in divine temporal placement. Opposites perfectly balanced: sun-faced Buddha, moon-faced Buddha.

Letting go of the distinction and interference allows the Way of things to flow in natural harmony. All is well in this prickly, but peace-filled, world.



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