This morning I was in a cool place about 100 kilometers or 62 miles from my residence and this time had to be taken for two and a half hours because of quite a traffic jam. This area is a mountain area where there are many tea plantations.
As always, this is a job trip as a speaker. During the trip, I chatted with the two organizers who picked me up. There are interesting questions during the conversation that really relate to the theme of my lecture material they are asking how to respond and adapt to change. The question is, “We all know that nothing is eternal in this world except change, I know that it is true, our body and mind, space and time, and everything, but I am also curious, is there really nothing eternal about us, humans, certainly other than God, can we recognize and realize that it exists but is not affected by change, by space and time? “. This friend seems to be trying hard to explain the point of his question.
The material world is always changing because our conscious mind has worked in the paradigm system of eternal change. We must be in another system to see what is unchanging and ever-present. Do you like or know about meditation? A way or even a lifestyle that can lead us to a state without mind? Or if it is too far, let’s talk about something that always happens to us, which we often experience, often we even talk about, about dreams or at least about sleep. Does the world and time, past or future, exist when we sleep or dream, even though we know that we exist there? Is not that about us, man? Why don’t we try to find out more about what does not change and that always exists?
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