The Unseen Limitation That Stands Between Us and Perfect Freedom
There is only one limitation all of us, each and every human being, shares in common...
... A limitation that if realized, as such, would at least allow us the possibility of not just transcending that temporary imperfection, but of actually being able to use it to liberate us from every form of painful fear, hatred, worry, and self-doubt.
So, what is this limitation -- this unseen weakness within us -- that stands between us and the perfect freedom for which we long?
(It is) our limited ability to consciously suffer for the sake of something greater than ourselves: a greatness that calls to us from within us... always asking one thing of us, in an infinite number of ways:
Will we participate in its Timeless, tireless work of perfecting the whole of creation, including our role in that Great Work... by agreeing to make the required sacrifice?
The One Who Exists
Neither pain, nor joy are proof of (my) existence; they are but shadows of passing forms where each and all are part of an endless palate of colors realized only as they appear upon, and then disappear from the canvas of consciousness...
Whereas the whole idea of what may, or may not be never troubles the waters of the One who exists, from out of which all that is pours forth.