Playful...
amazing that what we essentially seek and long for is always here and now, independent of conditions and circumstances in space and time.

Thinking is like an interpreter we take with us on a journey.

William Blake:

"Whatever is Born of Mortal Birth  
Must be consumed with the Earth,
To rise from Generation free :  
Then what have I to do with thee?

The Sexes sprung from Shame and Pride  
Blown in the morn ; in evening died ;  
But Mercy changed Death into Sleep ;  
The Sexes rose to work and weep.  

Thou Mother of my Mortal part  
With cruelty didst mould my Heart,  
And with false, self-deceiving Tears  
Didst bind my Nostrils, Eyes, and Ears ;  
Didst close my Tongue in senseless clay,  
And me to Mortal Life betray :  

The Death of Jesus set me free :  
Then what have I to do with thee ?"

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Jesus = enlightened reason; not "another".

Thinking is like an interpreter we take with us on a journey.