Friday, 8 May 2009

Light Weight

"He ain't heavy, he's my brother." Song lyrics

During my bus journey, a woman sat next to me. Her big bag was resting on my lap. I could have easily asked her to move her bag but I decided to test out what I believe that all that I see around me are simply ideas in motion. In fact, the woman jacket was even similar jacket to mine.

As soon as I had the thought I stopped feeling the bag and even my own body. I just felt light.

Speaking of which, I woke up in the middle of the night with an itchy throat. As I couldn't be bothered to cough, I thought "I am Light" a few times and I felt no desire to cough.

I believe an idea only gains weight when it identifies itself as material or physical, otherwise it is light weight.


Related articles: What is Evolution? - Revisited; Ideas in Motion; Life After Death; The Shape Shifter; How I See You Matters; Living Light