The end of the journey

The end of the journey is to find what we have been looking for inside of ourselves, “to arrive where we started from,” to sit down and see things with fresh eyes.

Now there is no place to go, nothing to do. Everywhere we are, is home.

Vast structures are devoted to seeking. Every year we hear that a new group of pilgrims has trampled each other to death, or has drowned in the Ganges. But finding requires no structures. The soul is not an organization. “I am” is not a group.

Jesus said, “God is within you.” Soon after he was hung from unfinished wood.

A religious/political structure arranged the event, made a parade of it.