2 thoughts on “Contentment arrives when the past does not matter and the future is irrelevant”

  1. Takes me to this book I’m reading. Autobiography of a yogi. Mahasaya explains this term called anubhava. To set things into context, I’d call it the whole deal of experiencing life. Mind flutters when it’s not talking to what the heart says. Heart flutters when it struggles to tell the mind what it wants.

    This gap in translation is a floodgate of misery where struggle to come terms with our perception of what we really desire. 🙂

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