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[Life]...what a pain

''Everything pleasurable in life requires some amount of sacrifice or suffering to obtain it.''


Even in pleasure there is suffering, because we understand that pleasure ends and the cycle of pleasure-pain begins again. I make sense of it this way; It's all about balance. The Universe, that is all that there is, is a life force in and of itself that can only survive as a unit by continually balancing itself. We and all living things mirror this life force. All is one; we are all connected indeed.

Life matters. The Universe is a life force and all we do is for that life. We call it love.


'''Balance' is a good feeling caused by being whole and complete. It's a sense of harmony.''



 


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