Tara Lemieux writes:
My loves, this morning I’m inspired through the words of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi who writes;
“Let what comes come. Let what goes go. Find out what remains.”
In these words, we find the roots of awareness; an immeasurable spiritual power formed through the process of self inquiry.
And, speaking directly to our attachments in this life – to people, to things, to perceptions of being.
The books will caution our clinging, reminding us of the inherent suffering manifested through expectation, need and desire. We assume the guidance to be absolute; attaching to nothing for fear of pain.
But there is a joy within the transient nature of things. The fading warmth of a ceramic mug, a snowflake to the top of a tongue — we cherish that which is immediately ‘there’, sharing this space of interbeing.
Perhaps this is the lesson, my loves? That all things must eventually pass. Opening our hearts to a divine awareness, a sense of oneness with all that remains.