Friday, November 19, 2010

Introverted Inquisitiveness

"Question: Can your loneliness fill another's loneliness?

Question: Can an empty glass fill another empty glass?

Question: Can your sense of being unwanted fill another persons want?

Question: If you cannot love yourself, how can you expect that someone
else can love you? Is that not an unfair and unrealistic demand
upon another?

Question: If you do love yourself, if you really know who and what you are,
is not your primary motivation to give out 'the lovingness' rather
than to concern yourself with receiving from another? Is not this
the way of Christ, of the Bhudda, the Dalai Lama, Gandhi and others
we regard as 'spiritual greats' that have walked the earth?

Question: If you lack 'self respect' how can you expect others to respect you?

Question: If you make yourself less than you are, why be surprised when
others treat you as less?

Question: why do you seek from the outside an awareness that can only
be found on the inside?"



1 comment:

Anonymous said...

why have you written the word love 66 times? Is their something of mystic significance about this