Saturday, May 14, 2011

that's life

that’s life
by l. ively

• life (cycles).
• life is continuously moving toward death.
• life breathes.
• life replicates, in its own image (apple trees do not produce dogs).
• life In-Spires.
• life ex-presses it-self.
• life (having senses) senses… therefore,
• life discriminates – between this and that.
• life conceptualizes, and labels, and attaches feelings to that which is sensed, as
• life strives to survive and thrive.
• life, striving to thrive, attracts that which furthers its thrival, and (un-fortune-ately) pays attention to that which inhibits its thrival.
• life, paying attention to that which inhibits its thrival, further inhibits its own thrival.  (oooops!)
• life -- is destined to transition (die-late) into its next incarnation.
• life – is dying to get out of here… the very here that allows it to experience thIs.
• life Loves (and fears) this.
• Life (Really) only Loves this, as life (experiencing the dichotomy of contrast) must fear this. ...and this is Good.
• Life is unfolding Perfectly, even as it must appear imperfect.
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yes...

willy and lenny shared a deep discussion about teaching and learning that went something like this:

what if every student was a genius? ..what if everyone got between 99 and 100 percent on every exam?  ..what if there was no such thing as failure? .. what if no one had ever gotten a 98 or below?

it became obvious that, in a world of similarities, there would need to be a reference point that was “away” away from “perfect” – otherwise perfection could never be anything but average.

huh?

by definition, a “99” would become the “worst,” the “most ignorant,” the “bottom of the barrel,” etc.

think about it – an A+ would be labled as “the bottom of the class.” or (worse yet), eveyone would be a 100% student, and there would be no way to differentiate between anyone, meaning that the best student would also be the worst student – in which case there would be no “best” or “worst” or any-thing at all. ..in essence, we'd be living a flat-line, which would not be "living" at all.

the deduction?


• failure is necessary, for success to be experienced.
• pain is necessary, in order for pleasure to be experienced.
• darkness is necessary, for Light to be experienced.
* death is necessary, in order to experience life.
night is necessary, in order for sunrises.
lies are necessary, in order for promises to mean any-thing.
missed opportunities are necessary, so that we can better move toward the target.

of Course, at a Higher Level...  

It. Is. All. Perfect.

…but in order for the movie/dream/play/drama/sit-calm to have any meaning at all, we must create the perception of imperfection.

YOU ARE PERFECT, just as YOU ARE.

…and the Perfection of that expresses as (apparent) i’mperfection, and that is Complete-ly okay.

note: if you cannot grasp this concept, it doesn’t matter – so long as someone perceives you as Perfect.

and here’s the beautiful part: it doesn’t matter what people perceive of themselves. ..YOU can conduct an Instant Healing, the In-stant that you perceive him/her as Perfect.

-the end.

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