Reinhold 'Gaffa' Quisenberry II

October 30, 2018

Right Action

When truly being honest we must ask ourselves if what we think we are ‘doing’ is correct.

Correct is somewhat misleading.

Of course there could be nothing ‘wrong’ with what we are doing at all.

Wrong in the sense that from an outward viewpoint the action we are embarking on appears to be legitimate and for a plausible reason.

Take this note, however ~ if what we are doing is acting out a reactive mechanism what we are in fact doing is ‘wrong’ from a position of logic.

What do I mean?

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I mean you are not choosing to act – you are reacting.

By the very fact you are reacting you are bound and identified within the construct of the very act itself and cannot distinguish free will from the said, identification.

Thus what you are ‘doing’ is wrong, logically.

Think for a minute. Think about this. Consider, before acting whether we have made a simultaneous choice of beingness where we are totally impartial to the given choice of action.

It is always wise to consider whether we can ‘be or not be’, simultaneously, prior to doing. If we cannot be, then do, then surely we will never have.

Havingness if truly understood encompasses the idea of ‘not having’ – as logically you’ll see that the point is to be free of something, not to be bound by it. By being able to assume a position of not having simultaneously as well as having, we are freeing ourselves from attachment.

So perhaps we need to think again on whether we truly are correct?

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