Thursday, October 8, 2015


How can we see without eyes or think without mind? Is there indeed, such a state of consciousness to be held? Has any one of us approached this observation, ever?

To meet with such power, the ability to stand outside one's self and all that one has manufactured, to comment thereupon from a state of innocence, is fast something we would admittedly request for ourselves, such a state that cannot become.

And yet I say to you, it becomes all around us, it is the very nature of this world, however blinded to it we may seem. It is our birthright just as sure as any other. We have beheld such innocence in babies of all kinds, in ourselves at times, and we have watched its beauty fade, its essence wilt to the throng of, the tide of the masses declaring its loss.

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