It’s coming up on nine years ago that I posted my first Centerless Center entry, a quote from Blaise Pascal that inspired the title of this weblog:
‘Nature is an infinite sphere, of which the center is everywhere
and the circumference nowhere.’
It seems as though this nowhere circumference has come full circle around its everywhere center, and it’s time for a hiatus. I’m not going anywhere, but I have nothing to say at the moment (and haven’t had for months).
I don’t know if I’ll have anything to add in the future to what’s already been written. This weblog has been my way of sharing some of the discoveries made along the pathless path, with the secondary aim of letting interested readers know that there is a satisfying end to the spiritual search. And hopefully pointing them in the right direction so that they may discover the answers for themselves.
It’s been a joy spending time with you, and I’ve appreciated every insightful comment and inspiring conversation that we’ve shared over the years, be it in person, via letters, or phone calls. I truly enjoy all correspondence, and will continue to answer all emails. Just write to me at email@example.com.
For now, I’d like to offer this quote from my teacher and friend, Rupert Spira:
‘Leave the mind as it is, and remain as you are.’
Until the inspiration arises to post again, peace, love, and happiness to All!
6 thoughts on “The End (Less)”
Dear Will, thanks for the wisdom you’ve shared in this space. Wishing you well, Steve
Thanks for the nice comment, Steve. Dana and I look forward to seeing you and Aileen in the near future. Until then, much love to you both.
Will- I have spent many pleasant hours wandering around this place you have built.
So much wisdom and inspiration. Many entries I have come back to again and again. Some I have pursued further and shared with others. Many thanks and love to you.
John, Thank you for the kind words. I think that you and I are the founding members of the Mutual Inspiration Society. To be continued! Much love, Will
Thank you for the grinding of the grist in the mill for all these years. It’s been sumptuous food for thought.
The golden hammer.
Ah, Hammer, great to hear from you. And thank you for your golden glow. Hope to run into you sometime soon.
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