The human tragedy
The human tragedy, set with a poor rhino as the main character.
Materialist or spiritual alike, all obsessing over ideas, completely oblivious to
their constant chasing of dreams of "better than this", completely disinterested
in examining themselves and see that if they only took their eyes off that ideal,
the source of all that exhaustion and disillusionment and accompanying emotions would
be pretty easy to find. But considering the appeal of that unicorn, it's much easier
to blame the non-
It's so obvious when it's a rhino and a unicorn, isn't it? Yet, we don't even notice
our own exhausting chasing of that unicorn, which symbolises not just a warped self-
Can you notice your own dissatisfaction, your own ideas of what needs to change, all the blame and all the games? Can you identify how you never come to rest and never find lasting contentment?
Are you willing to step out of this psychosis and look honestly at the only thing
that can ever bring you to peace -
PS: If you believe that this is something "others" do and not yourself, you are in an even worse place than what I'm talking about...
PPS: This is not about what society does to you, this is what you do to yourself and equally(!) to others through your convictions. This is endlessly deep if you are willing to go beyond the immediate "be yourself" message of the image.
(14 August 2015)
Only I can undertake the journey that brings the soul home
|The Emotional Compass|
|The Prison Cell of Identity|
|Empathy & Compassion|
|Why we believe we are always right|
|The Human Tragedy|
|Come Sit with Me|
|This is Love|