Friday, October 14, 2005

A Brief Interlude

The absence of thought is called Joy. It is called Joy because of the greatness of thought and everything that comes after thought. The No Thing which features itself prominently in Eastern writings has this concept as its basis. That which is not means not taking thought or grooving thought but being in the presence of thought just before it arrives. There will you find true Joy of Being.


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