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Nako, Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh, India, 9 July 2017, 1755 hours: We are at Nako. No idea what day or date it is, and am happy about that. It is quite amazing how liberating it is to be free of the… Read More The Mountain Walker Diaries: When does the Clock become the Time? And Time,… via The Mountain Walker Diaries: When does the Clock become the Time? And Time, Life? — The Mountain Walker
Found one of my old note-books from school-days with these questions. I believe I started asking these after my Sacred Thread Ceremony in 1982. Some, I have been able to answer to my satisfaction, some answers I am still pursuing some questions have ceased to be relevant. Seemed like a good idea to revisit this at the start of a new year. What is Reality? What is Mind? What is Death? What is Control? What is Freedom of Mind? What […]
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What’s an hour more or less In an endless stream of hours? As day gives way to night And night blossoms into day, There is only a mist of conscious thought Hiding the reality of sub-conscious awareness. I see visions, people, objects. I hear sounds, words, voices. I wake and sleep not knowing one from the other. Pray tell, what’s an Hour more or less In such an endless stream of hours?
So most days I have several moments when I have done a lot of work, covered a lot of miles or had long conversations but when I check the time it turns out just 10 minutes have passed. This is because of what I have come to think of as ‘mind mileage’. Time – to my mind – is the single most important technology ever created by humans. In my opinion, there is no other creation by humans that comes […]