Concepts are structured by thought, and so is a self projecting itself through thoughts—a thought structuring itself a ‘self’ through concepts—while “the sacred" lies beyond all thoughts. One may formulate it through words, but then it becomes the past—a conditioning: a mind, and not the sacred. One can only define the known. Abide in this silence, this ‘not knowing’, and who knows, you may meet the sacred.
(Inspired by nature and time amidst it, exploring the sacred teachings to realize truth, and observe the ‘nature of self’; to go beyond words and not be “stuck on the finger pointing at the moon”)
- Kanages Ramesh
“The religious man is he who does not belong to any religion, to any nation, to any race, who is inwardly completely alone, in a state of not-knowing. And for him the blessing of the sacred comes into being.”
- On God by J.Krishnamurti
Country: Sri Lanka
“To silence & solitude”