We Can Laugh When Things Are Obvious
If things aren’t transparent and obvious to us, we don’t laugh because we take things – and ourselves – seriously. The world is being managed by fear, and this should be obvious to everyone. But it isn’t. Why is that?
Some are too tired to bother.
Some jump through hoops due to fear.
Some just want things back to ‘normal’.
Indifference, fear and hope
are the three universal poisons
of desire, aversion and ignorance,
and are constantly at work.
There is no normal but our true reality. When realised, these three universal poisons become the three universal wisdoms of emptiness, cognisance and compassion.
We laugh, but it’s a sad laugh.
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