IT’S NOT WHAT WE SAY THAT’S IMPORTANT

It’s Not What We Say That’s Important

It’s not what we say that’s important:
it’s what we are that matters.

Whatever we talk about only concerns
our part in collective confusion.

Once we know what we are,
we realise and can clarify
the source of this collective confusion.

What is the source of collective confusion?
A belief in a separate self.

What are we?
We are the wisdom of compassion.

When do we want it?!!!
Now!

😀

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