Come to life fresh.
In every moment.
is never dry.— always fresh.”
When we come fresh, we are clean of personal identification, alive in the moment.
We are fully present.
“Do not worry that your life is turning upside down. How do you know that the side you are used to is better than the one to come?”
Come fresh to the moment, each and every moment.
This is not a practice, this is Being.
This is not Sadhana, this is Being.
This is life, living itself.
This is the nature of freshness.
The nature of life.
The nature of us.
Our True Nature.
Our Original Nature.
The Unborn Buddha mind.
This is freshness.
How to be so fresh?
How to be?
Simply let go.
Let go of the past, of memories, unfulfilled dreams and desires, and other such imaginings. None of them are True.
Know no future.
Let go of projections, imaginings and dreamed futures.
They bring only disappointments, and you will miss life itself.
The past is stale.
The future is stale.
There is no life blood in past or future, no life force.
Only now, this pulsing moment of Truth, is fresh.
Come to Zero.
“All the while a silent laughter sings, like wind through an open window saying: be deeper still, stand at Zero.”
Remain at Zero.
Let your whole life become Zero.
Nothing to hold onto.
Not past, not future, not even this present moment.
Let go, even of this present moment.
There is nothing we can hold onto.
We simply imagine this is possible.
It is not.
And in letting go of this holding on, our suffering is gone.
We are released from this imagined bondage, tied by mind alone, to past, future and present.
Stand for nothing.
Except for this beautiful, Divine Zero of the now.
Come to Zero.
This beautiful Zero.
This is fresh.
This is True.
Be only this freshness, this Truth.
Note : The Quiet Letters are written spontaneously published on Sundays. Unless otherwise credited, all words, quotes and poems are by Bhagavati.