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This Life is too Short

In the times of robots being more and more like humans and humans more and more like robots, how are we using our life?

This life is too short. We don’t have time to lose our humanness.

And what does it mean to be human?

We have the choice. We can choose to play the game without falling for it; we can choose clarity over delusion; we can choose kindness and compassion over anger and hatred; we can rise above good and evil, above me and other, above suffering. There is a ground we can trust into.

Clarity and calm arise in the gap between thoughts, between coming and going, between birth and death, the Open Ground of Being.

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