Present moment

As soon as we use language and words to create concepts, we automatically dull and concretize the present; we then have no chance to experience that moment directly.

There is no way we can go ‘beyond’ anything with words.

This does not mean that words have no value, but only that there is no way we can experience the present moment directly if we rely on words, intellectual concepts, or attempts to focus our attention in certain ways.

Gesture of Balance

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