A Cloud Never Dies by Thich Nhat Hah

It was about our nature as ‘Cloud’. Cloud can be water, steam, ice,snow. 70% of us is Cloud. The Cloud changes constantly: some of our cells are dying, while other cells are being born. There is no birth, no death, only a continuation.

Buddha says that we must let go of both birth and death, coming and going, rising up, and falling down. We must practice the concentration of emptiness and signlessness. Yes: SIGN-LESS-NESS. IT MEANS LOSING THE FEAR OF BEING OR NOT BEING.

Thai, that is, Thich Nhat Hahn, does not have to
wait for the dissolution of his body to be born again. He is born and reborn
again forever. He is a cloud that never dies.


    Here is the link to Thai’s YouTube presentation:



    Listen yourself to a great meditation teacher and you will understand what I am trying to say.

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