Constructs and concepts
Without the construct of time, all there is is now.
Without the concept of societal “norms” in any regard, there is no measuring, comparing, qualifying, or justifying, there just is.
Without the presence of thoughts, it just is.
And without constructs and concepts, acceptance is what is.
So how can we deconstruct our ‘selves’ — mind, body, and soul — so that we can start to live in the is-ness? Without holding onto the things that confine us?
How can this be molded into society, so that we no longer have fear, sadness, rage, and hatred?
I don’t know the answer yet, but I think, I think it starts from within. I think it starts with each of us. I think we have to deconstruct the limits of our own true potential, and actually believe there could be a world where that’s true for everyone.
I think it has to do with staying inside, with ourselves, all the time, even when it’s hard. Especially when it’s hard. Even when we want to believe that what’s tugging at us out there is better for us than what’s within ourselves.
Staying with ourselves, with our bodies and our spirits, is how we are going to transform the world.