The road ahead is very clear, as the light reveals all that's near. Shadows form from light that's passed, as what is now doesn't last....

Regardless of whether we perceive ourselves winners or losers in the games that make up our lives, we all receive a great consolation prize: the transition to eternal heaven. However, the transition can be difficult, unless we've prepared by making life on Earth like heaven....

The play of life is a great cosmic joke for those who “get it.” Those who don’t are the butt of the joke. Those who “get it” love those who don’t; for without those who don’t, the play wouldn’t be funny. Moreover, the ones who “get it” express their gratitude and respect to the ones who don’t; for if those who don't "get it" abandoned their roles, the ones that "get it" might find themselves recruited for the most difficult roles, the roles of the ones who don’t....

Eureka, I have found it. Yet, there is no I, there is nothing to find, there is no it. There is no there. All is here and all here is is is. Those who seek shall not find, for the it they seek is not an it but an is; just being. The words to a song are empty, as all here is is dancing to the music.  ...

Someone who asks a question wants to learn. Someone who has an answer wants to teach. Someone who asks you a question and provides you with an answer wants to sell you something....

The now cannot be seen for what we see are but reflections from the formless sea, the mind. But the now can be known for what is here we hear for what here is is is.  ...

As Moses leads the Israelites through the desert, at Mount Sinai Moses comes upon a Burning Bush, with ever-changing flames yet its branches unburnt, eternal. The Burning Bush represents God. "Moses said to God, 'Suppose I go to the Israelites and say to them, "The God of your fathers has sent me to you," and they ask me, "What is his name?" Then what shall I tell them?' God said to Moses, 'I am what I am. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: "I am has sent me to you."'" -- Exodus 3:13-14. God self-describes as "I am." "Am" is not an "it," but an "is." God is not a noun bound by its definition; for if God is "this," then God is not any thing that is not "this;" yet, God is the everything. God is the most general of verbs (to be), the ever-changing and eternal now; like The Burning Bush.    ...

We know our dreams are only what our memories tell us they are; but forget our waking life is also but a memory, as our experience of the now is no longer the now. Truly awake, we know both our dreams and waking life are memories....