Be spiritually flexible. The power is not to be rigid and stable, but to be flexible. The flexible tree withstands the storm. Gather all the power that gives a quick mind.
Life is strange; so many things are happening where no one expects them, so just by resisting them will not solve any problems. You need to have tremendous flexibility and a firm heart.
Life is like a razor’s edge and you have to walk on this path with extraordinary care and flexible wisdom.
Life is very rich, it has so many treasures and we are approaching it with empty hearts; we do not know how to fill our hearts with the abundance of life. While we are poor in ourselves, when we are offered our riches, we deny it. We go to the well for water holding a thimble, and so life becomes a malignant affair, insignificant and small.
Love is a dangerous thing; it brings the only revolution that gives absolute happiness. There are so few of us who can love; so few of those who want to love.
We love putting conditions, making love a marketable thing. We have a basketball mentality, but love is not marketable, it’s not a simple “get-give”. It is a state of being where all human problems are solved.
What a wonderful place that could be the land with so much beauty that exists, so great, so indestructible beauty! We are trapped in the pain and we do not care to get away from it even when someone shows us the way.
I do not know, but one feels with love; there is a flaky flame; he feels that he has so much of it in him that he wants to give it to all, and he does it. It is like a river that flows with momentum, watering and giving life to every city and village; it is polluted by the human dirt that falls on it, but soon the waters cleanse on their own and continue to run. Nothing can destroy love because everything is broken in it: good and bad; ugly and beautiful.
It is the only thing that is this eternity.
A wonderful work, great read. With Thanks ❤❤
The Norwegian writer Knut Hamsun remains a controversial figure. Isaac Bashevis Singer said of Hamsun “the father of the modern school of literature in his every aspect—his subjectiveness, his fragmentariness, his use of flashbacks, his lyricism. The whole modern school of fiction in the twentieth century stems from Hamsun. They were all Hamsun’s disciples: Thomas […]