These forces of ignorance and corruption exist in contrast to something else that also exist nearby. Our anger and frustration comes from knowing that something better is possible and within reach.
Instead of the pressure of connecting with a stranger with something “deep”, why not share a space with them by saying “It’s hot today, isn’t it?”
Amazing how much a country can progress once it decides progress can and must be achieved.
Every conscious moment you have is a tragic emergency nesting a miraculous joy.
Religion and political opinions really are a mirror of a person’s inner world.
This objective failure of any Divine Intelligence’s grasp of creative wisdom is as big and as hairy as a coked-up trucker’s thumb. And they eat it.
Sacred places are places where we step out, for a moment, from our grocery lists and cleaning products to examine our relationship with the vastness and inexplicability of it all.