something to ponder

I came across the term “non-dual thinking” in Richard Rohr’s book Things Hidden. To use Richard’s words:

It simply means our ability to read the moment, to read reality in a way that is not judgmental… when you don’t split everything up according to what you like and what you don’t like. You leave the moment open, you let it be what it is in itself, and you let it speak to you.

And it takes practice to learn that.

Am I fit enough for this practice? I will stay with this dilemma to find out.

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