The Known and the Unkowable

The known feels comfortable because it is past and predictable. The unknowable is what is to come - what is here and now is always what is to come because it is timeless. It is pure Zen to be here now constantly connecting with truth that can liberate with bliss, or paralyze with fear. Both bliss and fear are in the relative domain of the dualistic mind. True Mind transcends the relative.

Purely Nothing

Let go and relax into nothing-ness.

I need to drop knowledge of who I am, what my name is, what my position is.

These are things that have been imposed on each one of us by society. Meant to be for convenience, my individual identity has taken on far too much importance. I need to recognize that I am empty, without meaning. Purely nothing.