One form of suffering is to expect to find “meaning” in life, or to suppose that life should “make sense”. The words should, could, and would all point to something other than what presently and actually is. If there is meaning in life, it must be present now and need not be longed for. If life doesn’t “make sense” as it is, what alternative can one hope to discover? – Robert Wolfe

Quote is from the book: Robert Wolfe – Living Nonduality

When we come to the end of the idea that there is a separate “self”, we come to the end of the idea that there are separate nations, religions, races and ideologies. We come to the end of the idea that there are “others” who need to be manipulated by “us” to achieve some commendable “end”–such as an end to war. We abandon the idea that there are some things external to us which we need to fear – Robert Wolfe

Quote is from the book: Robert Wolfe – Living Nonduality

To speak of the what is is to refer to that reality, that truth, which is the essence of this eternal moment–the only moment which has ever existed or will ever exist. It is, being what it is, all that there is. It has no need of a will, because there is nothing which is in opposition to it, nor is there anything which it lacks and therefore needs to “accomplish” or acquire – Robert Wolfe

Quote is from the book: Robert Wolfe – Living Nonduality