Impatiently, she blurted out, “All I know is that my husband and my children are my world. How could I search for this ‘deeper happiness’ and not compromise my feelings toward them, even if my family is temporary? I don’t see what you are getting at. I can only see what’s right in front of me; my family and the happiness they bring me. That’s good enough for me. I’ll handle whatever comes later.” And she began to cry.A John could see that this woman partially understood Reality in her heart because of the tears that overwhelm us when we are faced with it. She recognized the truth of this precious “moment in time” where she was surrounded by her loving family, and was not concerned at all about the future. But she would have to experience more of life to acquire the wisdom that accompanies the freedom of a happy moment.She saw herself and her family as permanent, as joy producing, and as real, the exact opposite of the three characteristics a John discussed, claiming that things are transient, are full of discontent, and are absent of any underlying reality. If she truly understood this, then her family would… Read full this story
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