Concepts

All these words are thoughts that are coming from my mind, and I am laying them out to explain something through concepts. Every word and every letter is a concept. So, every thought is also a concept and if you want to get to the truth, you need more then concepts.

What comes before concepts? How was the first concept created without a reference or inspiration?

First there was everything and ideas come from that everything. So, new ideas are nothing new, they are just expressions of everything. Like are these words, I could write about anything, or could I? Could I explain everything with thoughts and these words?

No, I can tell you about waking up, but I can’t give the real experience, you have to go and see for yourself.

Like the Buddhist teaching about the moon goes: The buddha once said to imagine someone is trying to show you the moon by pointing at it. The pointing finger is what guides you to the moon. Without the finger, you might not notice the moon. But if you focus too much to the finger you never see the moon. It’s never about the finger. It’s about seeing for yourself what the finger is pointing at.

So why am I writing this? Why am I using thoughts?

-They are a way of communicating with the world

Why do we need to communicate and connect?

-It gives a feeling of wellbeing.

Why do we want wellbeing?

Even happiness is a concept, its not the whole story. So, are we searching something that is not the whole story? When we are happy, we are experiencing one aspect of the whole. Of course, it’s fun for a while, but sooner or later you start to think, can this really be the whole story?

Let’s imagine ‘’everything’’ is a circle and our thoughts are a sharp blade that is cutting that circle to concepts. The more you cut, the more confused you become, because you are trying to work out the puzzle by making the puzzle more complex. It’s not about knowing more concepts, it’s about knowing less.

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