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It is flat-out strange that something—that anything—is happening at all. There was nothing then a Big Bang, then here we all are. This is extremely weird.

It is flat-out strange that something—that anything—is happening at all. There was nothing then a Big Bang, then here we all are. This is extremely weird.

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Nothing is Everything

The great Indian teacher Nisargadatta Maharaj once said, “Wisdom tells me I am nothing. Love tells me I am everything. Between the two my life flows.” “I am nothing” does not mean that there is a bleak wasteland within. It does mean that with awareness we open to a clear, unimpeded space, without center or periphery—nothing separate. If we are nothing, there is nothing at all to serve as a barrier to our boundless expression of love. Being nothing in this way, we are also, inevitably, everything. “Everything” does not mean self-aggrandizement, but a decisive recognition of interconnection; we are…

- Sharon Salzberg

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