What has anger loved, touched, created, healed or restored? Whom has it forgiven? The condition from which right action arises is acceptance, not anger. But we’re chronically heedless, still at the altar of our intentions, still doing the right thing for the wrong reasons.
The full stop, so natural and necessary, is imbedded in the creation narrative.
Being and doing co-exist but are not co-equals. Doing is the junior partner.
In the movies, men are either running after something or running away from something. This is also true off-screen—chasing, chased. Non-stop movement is a morbid state. The remedial action is non-action: STOP.
Sane is the man who does not think when there is no necessity for thought. Sanity has never been found at the top of the news order. Some say it’s rare as rubies.