We’re in a fix down here. In one sense we are drawn to life, its uniqueness, its specialness. Even the maker is jealous and lives vicariously through us. Here we become attached, we engage in action, and we spend ourselves. We experience loss and the sadness of this, but we “experience” in this land of the temporary.
On the other hand we are drawn to the timeless, which is beyond and forever. Our incompleteness churns in our insides and we have to look to the other side. We make preparations for this by gradually preparing and saying goodbye to what and whom we know and knew. A fullness, wholeness, completion awaits us along with answers to all our questions. It is all we could ask for even if we are not sure.
We are caught between two worlds; the uniqueness and specialness of living in “time”, and the “forever” where our yearnings and emptiness become satisfied and filled and more.