Ignorance is our predominant mode in life. We may pass through ghettos and consider ourselves more fortunate, but don’t we all have dense layers of misfortune, confusion, and selfishness to dissolve? I have found my inner levels of energy and purpose, my inner body, through purification and cultivation. I have also found the opposite - Ignorance - which may be compounded and made denser until the light of my spirit is smothered. Identification with this ignorance is abundant in this world, and I know its purpose - a defense mechanism and of course, an identity. It manifests in many forms and may seem like a normal commodity - whether it is working out for the wrong reasons or refusing to believe in anything but what we want. It has served me, hindered me, and so I recognized it, and I said SO LONG AND FAREWELL - you no longer serve me because I no longer need you, or believe in you. When I conquer ignorance, and my attention and intentions are no longer obscured, I am centered. Ask yourself, where are you in terms of making your life brighter? To be centered means being able to conquer and understand everything else, because YOU are in the middle.
Beautiful text, beautiful capture. I truly love everything about this.
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That bowl’s gotta fill up some fucking time….
Biquette, which is actually French for “goat,” was 10 years old, according to Flo. She’d spent the first half of her life in a milking factory, and was then handed over to the farm, where she immediately started to hang out at the shows. “Seeing as the barn floor where we throw the concerts is wooden, I think that she felt the vibrations in her hooves,” Flo said. Flo added that the goat really enjoyed any settings with lots of people, and would hang out whenever there was a gathering. In another article for Pigeons and Planes, Wormrot’s manager said that Biquette was very tame, and followed the Maylaysian grindcore band around like a dog. “When it was Wormrot’s turn to play, the goat suddenly went in front of the crowd and watched them play the whole set,” Azean Rot said. “It was just chilling around the corner when other bands were playing.”