The Stillness of Now

By Kyle Wilfer

As a mountain manifests the silence between the words in an incarnation of grace and magnitude, the sheer chaos that pours out is met with a semblance of perfection. Just as our ego paints the canvas of the soul; a mountain invokes storms, houses wildfires, and harbors death and life. The duality of such grace is pure and just. 

Allow me to see, but not to possess. 

Allow me to hear, but not to react. 

Allow me to taste, but not to want.

Allow me to love, but not to desire. 

Allow me to be in the world, but not of it. 

Ah so, and that too. As yet another part of the sadhana arises at every moment, no goal but the power of now lingers in this heart. What shall manifest will be as is written. 

Kyle's Bio:

I am witnessing the promises and pitfalls of this incarnation and writing is the mechanism in which the witness can speak. Through my many travels I have come to some amazing realizations that have carried on to everyday life. Finding God in the everyday is something that I seek, and the communication of these discoveries I find extremely important to share.

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