Rewiring the System

Meaning Of Life: Don’t Worry Be Happy

I am watching a PBS show on KQED . Listening to the struggle of people trying to say something from their own understanding… So much of what people say comes from the domineering separateness drawn out of the training from religion people get either early in their lives or picked up as a reaction to that early seed training.

The truth is that the meaning of life is to acknowledge our material nature which is motivated by LOVE. So the meaning of life is DON’T WORRY, BE HAPPY

In a way what Jonas Salk said , What is important is the Survival of the Wisest. His life with  and how he gave love and complete freedom to his second wife, Francoise Gilot at the level of natural potentiality without dualism.

Françoise Gilot
                                                                                                               Together With Strength
Françoise Gilot is a French painter and bestselling author. She is also known as the lover and artistic muse of Pablo Picasso from 1944 to 1953, and the mother of his children, Claude Picasso and Paloma Picasso. Wikipedia
Born: November 26, 1921 (age 90), Paris
Spouse: Jonas Salk (m. 1970–1995)

No matter what each one in the relationship achieved together they had support that was a unity. A unit of Love In Action. We are all part of the Nature… So the meaning within this Nature, we are commanded to relax and not worry, stop being afraid of the inner turmoil, the fear of connecting with another person and be the person you are born to BE!

Don’t Worry and Be Happy, Not Just Once, But Every Moment Of Every Day

As you walk with me, be the foot prints, those deep footprints in the shifting sands of life, that leave an impression in my heart, this is the intimate part of happiness.


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