It is said, ‘When there is a will there is a way.’
Nothing (with no one). Just be (empty).
We’ve all met people with an edge (some smoother than others), an extra-sensory presence the moment they walk into a room, or as they catch someone’s eyes with their own. How to define it? The edge: After going over the edge one knows the ledge.
Honoring the civilized norms of one’s society brings peaceful goodness to yourself and the world. The mainstream normal life is busy with social commitments. Interactions with the government and at the workplace, with family and friends, are bound to cause stress. Life is stressful for everyone. But don’t stress it. Awareness of this quandary is all that is necessary to navigate through.
Stress is a changing of the wind. Like the wind of the Earth, the body’s wind is forecastable at certain times after certain times – and yet sometimes the wind is undeniably wild. And when it is, when the body’s pulses push it into a heated or frozen state, have the environment set and preparations made for the wild energy to be released in a hidden (or at the very minimum controlled) wilderness.
The concept of nothingness, or emptiness, according to a massive overlap of Eastern mysticism, is about being natural and uncontrived for prolonged periods of time; almost absent from the moment; proactive for the potentiality of the next.