Letting Go of Thoughts

Since these days always rainy in my little town, maybe my mind gets dazzling easily. Rain makes me feel softer and slower than I used to be. Be it is I love being able just hearing the sound of celestial tears drop around me.

Then, I found a nice poem by T. Merton saying,

The mind remains undetermined in the great Void.
Here the highest knowledge is unbounded.
That which gives things their thusness cannot be delimited by things.
So when we speak of ‘limits’, we remain confined to limited things.
The limit of the unlimited is called ‘fullness.’
The limitlessness of the limited is called ’emptiness.’
Tao is the source of both.
But it is itself neither fullness nor emptiness.

Yes, I think I need to pull myself together again.

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2 Comments

  1. Waduh..aku musti koment apa yaa, maklum sobat..aku gak ngerti boso londo… Ya udah kirim salam aja deh.. Moga sukses ya mas.. 🙂

    Suka

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