Sunday, April 29, 2007
To consider that the world has no meaning or purpose is
merely to say that the world is not centered on humanity.
Without his ideals and motivations, an individual is
frightened of being a nothing in the nothingness of a purpose-
less world. In actuality, man's ideals of "purpose" as the
basis of life and nature are nothing but his own conditioned
concepts. Nature cannot be seen in terms of human thought,
logic or language. What appears cruel and unjust in nature
seems so only when the matter is considered from view point
of a separated and estranged individual human. But the rest
of nature is totally unconcerned because the rest of nature
is not human-hearted.
Ramesh S. Balsekar
Posted by Grant Bishop at 4:14 PM