The Purpose of Lack

“Lack has no intent.  Just as darkness is the absence of the energy called light, it has no “presence” and therefore cannot be construed in any way to be purposeful.

It is time to challenge any of the means you use to justify lack (such as its having a purpose) and no longer buy into it as being valid in any way.

Need and its fulfillment are inseparable.  Alone, they constitute an irrational incompleteness.

Conversations with Raj / Vol. 1, No. 3

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3 Responses to The Purpose of Lack

  1. Jackie Smith says:

    Thank you Raj and Paul Jackie & Krista

  2. Yeah, if you already have it, and you just don’t see it, you might as well not have it. But since you can’t change the fact that you do (have it), you might as well stop being a martyr and just accept it and enjoy it. Part of that process of enjoying it is sharing it, and that’s how you keep, if I understanding things correctly. 🙂

  3. Gail says:

    Then all it can be is a Call to Love.

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