Thrusters love the chase, the seduction, the culminating consummation. What happens after that represents their best opportunity for self-knowing.
Chaos and cosmos are dance partners. In the West, we refer to the law of opposites. In the East, the Sanskrit word samsara, is employed. The role of chaos is to trigger germination, an irruptive movement involving the utter destruction of an innocent casing.
In order to savour the sweetness of good health, an illness is required.
If there were no death, birth would be a catastrophe.
In the residue of elation lie the seeds of despair.
In light of the first of the Four Noble Truths (Life is suffering), shouldn’t birth be swaddled in sorrow and death elicit a sober joy?
Death is the opposite of birth, not Life. Life has no opposite.
What seems like a bad thing is humus for a good thing. A tree is first of all the total destruction of a seed.