“Lies don’t have any life, they are dead. They are just a burden. They don’t give you any freedom, they don’t give you any joy. They burden you so much that you lose all hope of ever becoming a free individual. And that is their function.” ~ Osho
You have free will, but you don’t have free choice. ~ DMX
So innocent and powerless as they were sitting cross-legged in a dictionary
How potent for good and evil the book became in the hands of those who knew how to spin upside down and twist them
In our time in history they say there is freedom of speech
Now bleeding like a leech..
Hands strangling neck
Suppression, freedom of speech
Cancel culture amok
Parigraha is the concept of possessiveness and greed. It also refers to the desire for and attachment to material things. The word comes from the Sanskrit, pari, meaning “on all sides,” and graha, meaning “to grab.” Therefore, the term may be translated as “taking more than one needs.”
In yoga, parigraha is the opposite of aparigrapha (non-possessiveness). Striving for aparigraha, or eliminating parigraha, is one of the yamas (restraints) that the sage, Patanjali, lists in his Yoga Sutras.
Question authority, including the authority that instructed you to question authority. ~ DiosRaw
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Your Light source gleams
Beyond the limits of the mind!
Find the freedom,
To let it shine!
There might be pressure to
Cut yourself with harsh lines,
And box yourself in tight spaces
That can’t fit your size.
Nevertheless, your Light will
Find a way
To shine outside
Your Light never dims.
It explodes with colors
And breaks conformity!
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To bring in the new world, the trojan horse has been released..