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Do You See Infinity?

By Enrico Cimmino on Wednesday February 12th, 2020

Welcome to Community Content. We endeavour to align these creative contributions with UPLIFT’s greater vision of spreading Unity, Peace and Love. All authors are responsible for their content and have stated that this is their original work. Many blessings.

What Do You See?

I like pictures. I love stories.
I like all these glimpses of life.
A life that will soon end in the form of what is manifest.
A life that is fleeting. Transient, in movement, perpetually in transformation.

A life that does not belong to me.
A life that led me to think that no “I” does exist as a separate island.

A life that manages to see the infinite behind what appears intellectually limited.

And you? Do you see infinity?

How do you feel about this article? Join the conversation.

Words By Enrico Cimmino

 

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5 Responses to Do You See Infinity?

  1. Bringing Heaven to Earth….so many past generations missed the meaning and allowed fear to run their lifes..Heaven is within you,,gods promises are inside each and every one of US…The transformation is happening this very moment. Join us ,,dont miss out on True Joy

  2. Thanks, I love the part about ‘managing to see the infinite’…. what else are we REALLY here for! Blessings to us all on our journey thru infinity!!

  3. I have, perhaps, some notion. Suppose it may be like getting on the rollercoaster at Kenneywood Park, that trip into infinity, a voyage among the cosmos. The rhythm of ancient drums like that of wheels on the rail below.

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