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Nothing really matters

The messengers all say it with different words, Don't mind what happens!, Nothing really matters. There is no one for whom it could matter, Sit back, relax and enjoy the show, no matter what, and so forth and so on.

Easier said than heard, when ordinariness of life is associated to boredom, when fantastically beautiful or utterly challenging events of all nature are happening and taken personally, right?

Self-centred thinking is the human condition. From a very early age, we suffer from a more or less severe degree of personal addiction to self-importance. Hardly any of us escapes that one and it seems to make out Life all the more .... interesting. We would not want a boring life, would we??

In order to shed our sense of individuality and renew with our original Peace, all we "might need" is “rehab”, let's admit it...

If we are ready to laugh aloud at ourselves, watch:

Bill Hicks. It's just a ride

We need not to be hard with oneself though, we still need to live this life of wonder...  Take a simple friendly piece of advice:

Karen Richards - Suffering is optional

You may also let these very articulate words infuse your whole being:

Rupert Spira - You are safe everywhere

If you are ready to take life as it is without owning it or holding to your imaginary sense of self, portray your life like that of comedian Michael Douglas:

The Game - trailer

... and again in all humility:

American beauty - final scene

If there is a doubt still, one may ponder over Eckhart Tolle’s quote, "Many things in your life matter, but only one thing matters absolutely. You find peace not by rearranging the circumstances of your life, but by realising who you are at the deepest level."

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