Einstein once said…

The definition of insanity is when one does a task over and over again, expecting a different result. This seems to be the state of the world, they keep doing and doing and expect things to change. Most never take the time to look inside that everything begins and ends with them.

If you are looking for some kind of peace of mind or some kind of peace and not war, then you have missed the point, and are not ready for peace or what peace truly is.

Peace doesn’t actually mean everything is peachy keen or that a war may not break out or that, no one person will ever get hurt, that’s just not the way life is.

You have to deliver yourself first before you will see a change in the world. Strictly speaking it’s delivering yourself from yourself is the only way I can explain it. What we have come to believe as being “us” isn’t quite what it seems to be and everything that we see in ourselves are all just shadows of what we really are.

There comes a time where we have the most lucid moment where we realize that everything that we claim is just bullshit, fairy tails, illusions that have maintained this image that isn’t real.

Am I Insane or is it the other way around?

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Nick Myers, a 28 year old serial blogger. Also minimalist, zen participant, philosopher, author of Emotional Alchemist, and tea disciple. I am one who sees a potential lesson in every experience in life. Life is who we are and life is our ultimate guru. I seek to bring us together through our own shared experiences. And hope to not only learn deeply who I am but to learn deeply who others are by dropping my ideas from moment to moment about you.

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3 comments on “Einstein once said…
  1. Hey Nick!

    Insane or not (depending on the ways this might be measured), bienvenue à la club!

  2. msayers says:

    Insane! Definitely insane. 🙂 But it’s all relative, isn’t it? Insane when compared to what? Normal? What’s normal? Do you know any “normal” folks? See? What a crock! So, yeah, insane. That’s you, man. Me, too!

    Speaking of which, this guy leaves a comment on an older post of mine, and boy am I having a hard time deciphering it. Here, I’ll put it up… you tell me what the hell it says:

    “Caught in a fissure chamber inside an infinite unending stone wildly spinning at light speed to burn through infinities endless impenetrable density. Only a round tiny space in this infinity of density circulating light that is stressing in this tiny void. No amount of speed or force changes this perception of entrapment. Fatigue overwhelms and total giving up to the eternity of the situation is excepted then in an imperceptible instant gone into another so called reality where the spaces are larger the perceptions manifold and peace seems at hand.”

    Well?

  3. @Pete, happy to be here! (and like you said, in either our insane or sane states.) Neither one really matter at this point for me.

    @Mike, Hey mike, thanks for joining in again, It is peculiar. Very true, very relative and always will be, they said Einstein was retarded (or so I hear) so that just shows you the nature of the ego and how it has to label everything it sees based on pretty much just the limited knowledge it has to go off of!

    Oh when I said peculiar, I meant the little deal about the fissure, it looks to me like a metaphor for the seeker, from which I posted to your blog! Cheers buddy!

    -Nick

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