The Future and the Past Aren’t Real; Not Yet and Not Anymore

Instead of worrying about the future, do the now well and the future will unfold accordingly. Sort of paraphrased by Sadhguru.    The only reality that exists is now.  Now is the time for action.  That’s where karma comes in.  Literally translated from Sanskrit, karma is action.  Good, bad, indifferent, or even if that action … Continue reading The Future and the Past Aren’t Real; Not Yet and Not Anymore

Guilt, Worry, and Our Best Laid Plans

“The best laid plans of mice and men go often askew and leave us nothing but grief and pain”. In 1785, Scottish poet, Robert Burns wrote, “To a Mouse”, addressing the small creature as a fellow mortal.  In the poem, a farmer’s plow ruins this mouse’s nest in December, at the crack of winter.  He … Continue reading Guilt, Worry, and Our Best Laid Plans

Reality Doesn’t Care About Our Perception of It

If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? Yes. And … who cares, really?  Certainly not reality. When a tree crashes down and no one is around to hear it, it still produces sound waves.  But, these sound waves don’t actually produce sound as … Continue reading Reality Doesn’t Care About Our Perception of It