I have often pondered a scenario that is so similar to the illustration of the platform the train and the spaces of rich essence between the cars you wrote of.
Often people mistake my writings for instructional material and myself as some sort of teacher. Neither of which is what is actually transpiring. So I often have invited the readers of my material to focus not so much on the words which they read or hear spoken but on the energy that flows forth from the spaces between. When this is done no misrepresentation is possible. When the words are the focus it is so easy for one to begin comparing or trying to decipher their meaning. This only leads to apparent confusion and to perhaps coming to either rejecting or accepting the imagined meaning of words. Either way produces chaos—like the drama you speak of in the train cars. Continue reading