Awareness is like the screen on which a movie appears. When you attach only to the objects and characters in the movie, you miss the screen. You miss the source of life- the canvas on which the objects and characters are being displayed. Yet when you fixate on the screen only, and try to deny the objects, you miss the vast beauty and diversity of form in the play of life. Instead of fixating on either awareness or the objects, simply notice that they are an inseparable reality. They are "not two." In that realization, there is nothing left to seek. That is wholeness.
Source: Reflections of the One Life: Daily Pointers to Enlightenment
Contributed by: JD