It is good to have an end to journey towards;
but it is the journey that matters in the end.
– Ursula K. Le Guin
Day 358 – Today is all about the final aim in life, moska, or liberation. There is only one line to this reading and a narrative as an opening quote. It leaves me wondering: How do we get there? What are the most important stops along the way? How is this different than samadhi?
“Aim” reminds me of a goal and implies the act of striving, where as samadhi is a state of being, which one is either in or not. Our little narratives are star dust. In the end, we are our deeds, so I am encouraged to love more and do good acts.