Divinity Confesses



What you call ‘experience’


the way of knowing Myself

through You.


Since all things are nothing but Me,

 then there are no things,

no Me,

only this.


Now, what is your problem?



This week's challenge: "Confession"

This week’s challenge: “Confession”


*inspired by Ken Wilber’s “Sex, Ecology, Spirituality” in which he says ‘when all things are nothing but God, there are then no things, and no God, but only this.”

**also inspired by the Vedanta teacher who ends many of his poignant statements with “so what is your problem?” Cracks me up every time.



8 comments on “Divinity Confesses

  1. Deep and introspective piece. Nicely done.

  2. nice twist at the end, but a quandary that is meant to never be quite understood. excellent take on the prompt.

    • kenajos says:

      Yes. The quandary lies in the trying to understand. Letting that go, there’s no more quandary, no more problems. Good thoughts, thank you.

  3. Draug419 says:

    Great take on the prompt!

  4. stankmeaner says:

    ‘so what is your problem’ is so simple, it’s like the never ending question. keep asking it to yourself after every response and eventually, you won’t have an answer to it any longer. great piece, and that last line cracked me up as well…

  5. No matter how it gets framed, we can’t quite grasp it, can we? 🙂

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