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The nature of life on Earth and the search for life elsewhere are two sides of the same question—the search for who we are


1)---It is What It is
We sometimes use the well-known phrase, ‘It is what it is,’ to express resignation, as in, ‘Things may not be going my way but it’s what’s happening, so I just have to deal with it . . . or not.’ Or as a reprimand, as in, ‘Get over it.’ Or to show moving on with a shrug of the shoulders, as in, ‘Oh well.’

2)--- It is What It is
To all appearances, all experiences, all objects, subtle and gross, be they thoughts, images, memories, emotions, sensations, or anything that you can taste, touch, see, hear, or smell, be they good, bad, or neutral, we can say, ‘It is what it is,’ and it would be the perfect description.

3)--- It is What It is
To discover the source of our essential being, that which knows ‘I am,’ we can say, ‘It is what it isn’t.’

4)--- It is What It is
Just as the sky exists prior to the appearance of any clouds, you, the eternal and infinite aware presence, that which knows ‘I am’, precede all thoughts, sensations, and perceptions.

5)---It is What It is
We are not

6)--- It is What It is
Everything else is

7)---It is What It is
As far as appearances, Nothing is more or less than it seems

8)--- It is What It is
As far as the source of our essential being, There is nothing to remember, nothing to forget

9)--- It is What It is
There is just that which knows I Am, And all that can be said about it is, IT IS WHAT IT IS NOT
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