The belief in the idea of being a person
keeps up imaginary boundaries which make us
feel limited and incomplete.
While in reality no such separateness exist.
These beliefs are supported by our language.
A language with nouns gives a
wrong interpretation of the world.
Nouns make us believe that there are
separate objects existing independently of each other.
While more accurately everything is always
in a state of flux, of movement.
We are verbing.
Always everything is in movement.
And at no time is there an independent
person at the center of this.
The world is verbing.
The tides coming in and out.
The seasons changing from one into the next
and there is no clear line where one
has become suddenly the other.
A tree is a growing process at each moment:
from a seed to sapling to an adult tree
to an old tree to a dead tree
Always moving, changing.
Scientists find that the smallest quantum particles
they can observe are changing shape constantly.
The smallest particle is not a noun it is a verb.