our fun

our fun

I always say, for one thing, if I am enlightened I will never be able to enjoy a football match. Because since an enlightened being, I know everything instantly what has happen in the past, present and the future, instantly. So the whole point of a football match is who is going to score first. Who is going to win. That’s our so called fun isn’t it. Fun. Ninety nine point ninety nine point ninety nine percent of our fun is gone during the enlightenment. Because so called fun in our life is usually a product of a insecurity. Like a detective film. You watch a detective film, you enjoy it just because you don’t know what’s happening until the end. And the relationship is like that. We have a relationship, the whole relationship, boyfriend girlfriend, boyfriend boyfriend, girlfriend girlfriend, relationship. I am trying to be political correct by the way. All this relationship, do you know relationship works, do you know how the relationship works? Because there is a insecurity. As long as there is an insecurity relationship works. So if you ever find someone who is little insecure about their boyfriend or girlfriend tell them: “Ah, it is working. Now you have a relationship.” Really. If one of them have no insecurity, relationship won’t work. Let’s say you have a girlfriend who doesn’t care what you do. Right. You can even sleep with an elephant she doesn’t care. She doesn’t care. And suddenly what do you think? You think, you feel very bad. Because you think she doesn’t love you. This is how human mind is. She is giving you a freedom but you think she doesn’t care. We want her to be jealous. We want here to be possessive. But not too much. A little bit. Little bit. Only a little bit. If too much, suffocating. So all, everything that so called fun is actually based on insecurity. Like drinking coffee. Like smoking cigarette. Like a thrill. And don’t think that you are exception. Really, you are not an exception. If you are not an enlightened being none of us are an exception.

The Three Levels of Perception, Singapore 2003

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