Recently one dear friend who must remain nameless was chatting online with another who's having some relationship challenges. "You may not be getting what you need," she wrote to him, then immediately added, "And it's not what you're thinking!"
An excellent comment, with fortuitous meanings besides the obvious double entendre. Maybe getting or needing or thinking aren't nearly as appropriate simply being — in the present moment, without clinging or evaluating or expecting ...
So a new candidate mantra, to join "It's All Good" and "It Turned Out OK":
|It's Not What You're Thinking|
(cf. "Mindfulness * Nonattachment * Oneness"? ...) - ^z - 2013-08-17