Wednesday, May 16, 2012
The humidity today is about 70%. Since the body is 70% water, perhaps we could say that the "humidity" of the body is 70%.
What if we could "see" the mist of the body? Mist has no boundaries, but permeates everything, everywhere.
What if the boundary of our body blurred into our surroundings/ What if we could not see any difference between the mist "here" and the mist over "there," or the mist sitting next to us?
What if we could see that there is no such thing as "my" water?
What if we noticed that "my" water is the same as all the other water i see?
What if we saw "my" water flowing into the world around us and water from the world around us flowing into us?
Rain. Fog. Mist. Drizzle. Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to call "mine."