As long as we see what has come to pass as
being unfair, we’ll be a prisoner of
what might have been.
This is a very painful issue to discuss for most of us, because so much of how we see the world hinges on a sense of fairness and justice, those truly noble human concepts that govern how we treat each other.
But the laws of experience in the natural world, in which we have no choice but to live, do not work this way. Rather, the larger Universe, of which humankind is a small part, is a world of endless possibility and endless cycle, a world in which life forms come and go, a world itself that has erupted and reformed countless times.
This is why the Hindu tradition has a deity known as Vishnu, who both destroys and bestows life, often in that order. Continue reading