Judgement and Acceptance
Judgement is the act of separation.
The I demanding that it is not that which it perceives without.
The ego screaming to be heard above the intraplay of consciousness,
That, would it but take the time to listen,
Is perfectly silent.
Our worldview is the wanting proof
That we pretend whole.
So as to justify our judgement.
To insist that I am distinct to you and you distinct to me.
As judgement gives way to acceptance.
As the nature of belief, of understanding, of knowledge becomes ever clearer.
Our perspective becomes Truth.
A place in which judgement cannot be.
For in Truth there is no I to judge.