Princess-lost, washed up, sick, hungry…
Who am I?
Or beggar woman?
lovely, princess or beggar can not be decided by loos or possession, a greedy princess is worse than a beggar.
Great observation Nimal!
Yeah, a greedy princess is always trouble. If she was greedy…a compassion growing experience may be helpful. Do you think she will still be greedy is she was? And if she grows, how long does it take? Days? Years? Generations?
the real greed has to go from heart. the contentment can only come from the soul. though compassion is a good thing but i feel unless we have empathy, the real compassion will not come.
How can she get empathy you think?
What would free contentment from her soul and give her empathy?
fitting yourself into other shoes and contentment can come through real search, the search of self, once you come in harmony with yourself and nature, when the clutter of thoughts will leave the mind,
(when you stop analyzing past and planning future but learn to live in present).
I am a princess who begs wearing these shoes right now. : D
hahaha enjoy whatever you like, don’t analyse the enjoyment
I like your idea. “Greedy princess is worse than beggar.”
So beggar is a step up.
No, beggar is an another side of a coin, life is not in extremes (we live in dualties like princess & beggar, good & bad, day & night, etc, but the joy is in middle)
heart likes this…
Sounds pretty close to mediocre.
“I lost the rat race.”
Perhaps she needs some ‘assertiveness training’…. she may be so humble that she defeats herself.
“she defeats herself”. Hmmmh
So, you see the beggar woman…
Assertiveness training indeed!
It can bring out the princess…
…Maybe some food and care…
Ah yes, nourishment for the body and the ‘soul’
You have such a humor! How about tall beauty with intellect?
Oh, you mean me?
Makes me think of the Tao Te Ching, “The Tao that can be told is not the eternal Tao.”
It is experienced?
Does that mean that it’s not what we see in her, but how she is experiencing herself?
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