So, what do you think of your empty existence on this earth?

Asked By: Iobject 51-55, M  34 minutes ago

Posted by Me Jan 18th, 2014 at 5:53PM

It is quite hard for me to thankfully reach this state of emptiness or voidness.
I was too unhealthily full with self: self-love, self-righteousness, self-centeredness. I wanted to be known, to be loved and to be respected by all people! I compile books of my own thoughts for future generations to use as wisest guidance.
Fortunately, from the age of twenty five, I realize that I can never become the new Buddha on earth. I am eternally nothingness before Buddha as well as before other human beings.
I feel completely free to think, to say, to do things… as other unknown persons among the human race. As an unrestrained wind, as an unnnoticed breath, I pass through the worlds of God in thankfulness to His creation with divine love.
Wishing that you can enjoy this joy of an eternally living breath.


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Abdul-Baha says:

Consider: eminent personages whose fame hath spread all over the world shall, erelong, fade into utter nothingness as the result of their deprivation of this heavenly bounty; no name and no fame shall they leave behind, and of them no fruit and trace shall survive. But as the effulgences of the Sun of Truth have dawned forth upon you and ye have attained everlasting life, ye shall shine and sparkle forevermore from the horizon of existence.

(Abdu’l-Baha, Selections from the Writings of Abdu’l-Baha, p. 104)


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By practicing God’s teachings

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