In this world that is called reality we judge and we are being judged.
In the world WE call reality we try not to judge. And we accept being judged and we try not to judge the one that judges.
We do the work as best as we can and that we share.
We can only be response-able for ourselves and our actions. We make an offering but we cannot expect anything from it.
We continue the work and the work continues through us. We judge and we will be judged.
In the process, openness grows as vulnerability grows, conviction grows, compassion grows, and wisdom grows. That is the practice.
Art Tells the Truth:
The reality we think of is the reality we know.
But we know that the reality that is is more than what we know.
This truth is what art is pointing at, reminding us of, teaching us.
Just because it is not thinkable doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
What we see, what we perceive, is only part of what is.
It is a false assumption that what appears clearly, in focus of our attention, is more real than what is abstract, open, undefined.
What is undefined requires your full attention, your curiosity, your openness and compassion, your active participation, in order to become reality.