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Why Is There Suffering?

Why is there self-centeredness? Because thought thinks it.

Why is there inequality? Because thought thinks it.

Why is there judgment? Because thought thinks it.

Why is there fear? Because thought thinks it.

Why is there insecurity? Because thought thinks it.

Apart from thought, self-centeredness, inequality, judgment, fear, and insecurity do not exist. Thus, the answer to any supposed dilemma cannot found by digging into that dilemma (e.g., analyzing, coping, resisting, arming, debating, researching). It’s found in understanding that all dilemmas are thought created in the first place.

Remember: Thought, to a certain extent, veils Consciousness, Love, or the One Being we share. And this creates the temporary illusion of separation and the experience of suffering.

Why is there suffering? One reason. Because thought thinks that you and I are separate entities—even though we are not.

Inward and up,
Garret