Meaning of what we do, from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

The meaning of things lies not in the things themselves, but in our attitude towards them.


A world

A World
A World
7AM in the morning.
In my living room.
A world within a world.


Temporal nature of desires

As we approach to the end of Ramadan, I think about what it really meant for me. It made me realize (once again) how I am chained to daily, simple, natural desires. But can live without them perfectly.
A glass of cold water on the table will give instant relief from the pain of thirst. But I won't die if I don't take it. The physical desires pushes me to my limits, but I don't even think about it. The desire passes (as clouds passes by, as they say.)
I am free.