It seems quite evident to me that people do NOT believe that science and spirituality can co-exist. If they didn’t, however, then neither would we. Everything begs to be challenged in some way. That is the nature of duality and it is the way of our world. Without spirituality, there would be no philosophers to ask the bigger questions. Without science, there would be no physicians to give answers.
Written in January 2020, but only brave enough to post in July 2020. I feel so alone again. The world is desolate– and I’m the only unlucky enough m*ther f*ck*r left to watch it all fall away. I’m stuck in a loop as it replays the imbalanced insanity of this tape. Dreadfully replaying sour,r energy
Water can be calm, smooth, soft, and inviting. It can be like a mother with her loving nature, as well as her protective fears. Sometimes, however, water can be over-bearing, like crashing waves.
Sometimes, things don’t work out the way you want them to. Sometimes, things hurt like hell to admit. Life has taught me this so far: it’s better to go with the ebb and flow of life’s extremes than it is to fight upstream by the threads of your prideful ego. If you can’t shed that skin, you’ll only find yourself down deep, pitying yourself and wallowing in your darkest of shadows.