“When we question openly, our spiritual practice becomes a living experience, without dogma or fixed ideas.”
When we respond to the world through desperation or fear it comes from seeing that the problem is only external and wanting to fix it. But if we look honestly at the nature of life we realize that it is not a fixable phenomenon.
Cause and effect speaks of how all phenomena arise interdependently to create our world, in all its pain and glory. If there were no causes and conditions, there would be no movement…everything would be inert.