A Tin of Pebbles

November 13, 2011 at 9:28 am Leave a comment

The nature of being extroverted is such that it demands attention. It is surrounded by noise and activities, all directed towards the need for attention in the form of respect, love, appreciation etc.

It seems this nature within the self is like the rattling of pebbles in a tin; it happens because the tin is not full.

We may appear to be full, busy and active and have a ‘noisy’, ‘fulfilling’ life on the outside. But am I full on the inside? Have I taken time to see?

If I am able to spot even subtle forms of this nature within the self then this is the first step to identifying and then filling the emptiness inside. An external and physical means of fulfilment will address only external emptiness. It can never reach my internal space. If I want to be internally  filled then the source has to also be one which is subtle and internal. The greatest thing about internal things is that I am in control of what I do and how I do it. I am not dependent on others to make  it happen.

Let me take a peek and see, how full is my tin?


Om Shanti

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