This is what I am learning about. I know I don't know as much about this now, as I will. And so, part of me feels like, "What business do I have to even talk about any of this?" Except, I have been doing this for a long time and this is what I am learning about now. It's interesting to be openly talking about what you are learning about, material you haven't yet fully figured out, so to speak. And to be clear that, "Hey, it's cool to NOT KNOW." And yet WANT TO KNOW. Be intrigued enough about Life to keep learning, learning, learning, learning.
The homework is to say the sentence, "What is the truth of this new Now moment, really?" Walk through your day saying that sentence. And, say the sentence in order to remind yourself to engage your curiosity with whatever you happen to be experiencing in that moment. It's all God remember, is the insight. "What is the truth about this bowl? What is the truth about this towel? What is the truth about being embodied? What is the truth about Life?"
We have assessments about all of it. But, even scientists know they don't know the full story. Everyone is still trying to figure it out. It is not a bummer to not know. It is not that, "You are so stupid for being so stupid." It's, "Be smart enough to know that you don't know and then be curious to know. Want to know." And be curious with the sentence, "What is the truth of this Life, live, new Now moment, really?"
FSY Freeform Playlist from class:
- Domine Fil Unigenite ~ Mercedes Bahleda ~ Mercy Songs
- Om Namah Shivaya/Thy Will Be Done ~ Donna De Lory ~ Remixes
- Love Is My Religion ~ Ziggy Marley ~ Love Is My Religion
- For What It's Worth (India Dub) ~ DJ Drez ~ Jahta Beat: The Lotus Memoirs
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A spacesuit floated away from the International Space Station eight years ago, but no investigation was conducted. Everyone knew that it was pushed by the space station crew. Dubbed Suitsat-1, the unneeded Russian Orlan spacesuit filled mostly with old clothes was fitted with a faint radio transmitter and released to orbit the Earth. The suit circled the Earth twice before its radio signal became unexpectedly weak. Suitsat-1 continued to orbit every 90 minutes until it burned up in the Earth's atmosphere after a few weeks. Pictured above, the lifeless spacesuit was photographed in 2006 just as it drifted away from space station.