Truth is not an experience

One has a glimpse, or a good, extended period of bliss; and then it is gone, and one is missing it. Because one is missing it, so one wants its repetition. See what we want. We want a repetition of the experience that we had. We don’t want the thing; we want the experience. And the experience depends on the experiencer.

The one that you were three years back, you are no more now. Even if the real thing were to come…

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