I took some time out to read this short story. (The Five Elements of the Heart and Mind, a futuristic sci-fi story).
“A child is born innocent and pure. The Essence expressing itself through each child is exceedingly precious.” (from an article on The Antichrist system, Gnosticteachings.org)
The rest of the article is worth reading, but it doesn’t really help to reveal this inborn essence. (So, let me take a whack at it, and see what we can come up with.)
Even the model that we speak of, when we think of youth, is more of “incompetence” than of “precious essence”. Children are innocently ignorant, we think, rather than having any special essence that we ourselves have lost as we grow older.
Happy New Year!
As you may have noticed, it is 2016.
More Happiness in this year!
I barely noticed, as I was busy surviving my new routine of waking up early to do gym, taking naps, and formalizing my neidan techniques (Nen style).
Some of the previous blog entries have been given minor (or major) edits. I have been doing that for a while, but didn’t mention it before.
I just discovered it.
I’m listening to something by “AVICII”, who I keep calling ASCII because I’m a Geek and we know what the latter stands for, and what we misuse it to stand for, and there’s also PETSCII and stuff, but that’s another story for my more geeky blog.
Let me expand a bit on some of my more cryptic sayings. In my last reblogging, I said:
“Sometimes people serve to warn you not to let your id-seipherot-time ‘errors overtake your love of life and appreciation for the gentle wealth of growth and development.”
And since then, I came across a simple but profound piece of advice: