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The Art of Knowing

The wisdom of Rumi never fails to enchant me and almost often takes me to the place where I still have “some”work to do. I tend to put myself in the situations that naturally trigger contrast, evoke opinions and judgments while presenting unsorted and unregulated relations to Self and the others. Although contrast seems to be rather avoided as it creates distraction – it does deliver clarity eventually – if I only stick long enough – through weeding out all the emotional addictions that kept me stagnant or drifted me off in the after all unwanted direction. The recognition after discovery – that your experience truly became a wisdom stripped off all poisonous feelings, accompanied by inner peace and pleasure of ignoring what no longer serves me! The cluttering process at work! What have you learned to know to ignore?


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