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Soothing My Soul

Buddha would never allowed music, his music is so subtle we could almost miss it because his being itself had become music- every act he acts in music but we could only understand the music translated into sounds. We cannot grasp that subtle music of the being because we have not understood it our-self in the first place, but he would insist us to leave that music we are accustomed to because its gross and has to be depended on the outside phenomena so it cannot lead to bliss and final liberation (Nirvana). life without music is not so juicy and not lively at all. Yes to depend on anything even music is unintelligent but I still feel something is missing without music as part of life. And the most intelligent thing would be to transform our very being into music.

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