My Profession is to always find God in Nature

My Profession is to always find God in Nature
What I knew was that the silence blossomed the heart. When the heart blossomed, there was a feeling of love. The romance started with me. When my romantic-mind took all my stress from me all the time, I could not know. I who I am, I am unknown, today I remembered Buddha in unknown happiness

No beginning or end

1)--- There is only one source of being. 
Call it whatever we want 
– God, 
Divine Spirit, Consciousness, Aware Presence
 – but there can be only one, not many.

2)--- And because there can be only one,
 you, I, we, must be a manifestation of this one source, 
and thus, 
at our root we are all the same.

3)--- Why only one? 
Set aside our story for a moment
 – who we think we are,
 including our sex, race, beliefs and opinions, 
what we have accomplished 
failed at in the past, 
what we plan on doing in the future.

4)--- What’s left? 
With all sense of a personal self set aside,
 all that’s left is a sense of being, 
a sense of being aware that we are, 
a sense of being aware that we are aware. 
And does this awareness have any limitations? 
Any boundaries?

5)--- Can we find a beginning 
or an end to this awareness? 
Does it come into existence 
then disappear? 
Is it ever not here?

6)--- No beginning or end 
can be found to this aware presence, 
or a time when it is not present. 
We have to be present to say that it is not present, 
which, of course, is an obviously absurd statement.
 Therefore, we must be awareness itself, 
infinite and eternal awareness.

7)--- We, you, I, are as God, 
and we might as well get good at it. 
And the good news is that 
once we recognize that our essential being is God, 
or consciousness, 
or whatever name we give it,
 we won’t have to get good at it, 
because there is only one way we can act, 
and that is Godly.


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