At the end of the first day, the student remarked to his friend, “The teacher is confusing.”
At the end of the second day, the student remarked, “Maybe it’s my mind that is confused.”
At the end of the third day, the student remarked, “The teacher was clear about the nature of reality all along.”
At the end of the fourth and final day, the student remarked, “Now my mind is clear. I can see clearly now.”
The truth is always trying to break through the confused mind so that it may see what’s real – not what it thinks is real.
Are you allowing the light-of-truth to break through or are you unwittingly opposing it with a confused point of view? That is the question.
You don’t want just the lesson; you want the inspiration the lesson offers – can you feel it?