Question of the Day – No. 242

What is the most important thing you don’t have in your life right now?

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  1. if i perceive not having something, the most important thing would be to [re]member how i’ve been sustained in ‘moment(s)’ of ‘lack’, so as to imbue joy and illuminate the shadow of ‘need’. we are greater than sun and moon that sustains itself with and without rain. we all know sustenance of word, and silence. what love we must possess as we use them interchangeably in restoration of one another, or, what love must possess us.

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  2. Mass media. Presently and for the past few years intaking no video, audio, radio, stereo, television or movies. Interestingly enough, the great philosopher Joseph Campbell followed this practice all his adult life.

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      1. I’m going through a really tough time right now…

        Intellectually I understand that I will heal and love the version of me who’s able to laugh again, she’s not here.

        I was just released from the hospital a couple days ago for wanting to end my life…the turmoil and pain makes me not want to be here, puts me in spells of self hatred and fear, convinced that everyone will be better off without me, that I’m a burden. At this very moment I understand these not to be true despite my feelings, but the struggle is so real, and thus by definition insane i.e. not reality; my family loves me and things are not so bad or always will be agonizing that I should end my life.

        Yes I really desire and need sanity at this time…

        That’s really all I want for Christmas

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      1. Everything makes up the whole, one cannot concentrate solely on one part and basically ignore the rest…

        “Every single thing that has ever happened in your life is preparing you for a moment that is yet to come”.

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