|"The way it is, is enough. Who you are is enough. The only thing you have to do is be." ...|
The title of this essay,
The Only Thing You Have To Do Is Be,
and the title of its companion piece,
The Only Thing You Have To Do Is Die,
In both I explore the same idea from different perspectives - like taking two photographs of the same vineyard: one from the east side, one from the west side.
In this essay I look from a totally open clearing, at what there is to do. In The Only Thing You Have To Do Is Die, I look from being, at what there is to do.
It's often said "Be careful of what you want: you may just get it.".
On the other hand, the belief ie the denial which renders untenable the experience of being enough, is an example of "Be careful of what you say: you may just get it" or (spoken with rigor) "Be careful of what you say: you may just not get it.".
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