Rohini reads aloud her poem “Cruel Pleasure,” which is about how people committed to their narratives project their idea of normal onto the world, and make cruel decisions based on that system.
there are monsters
The stronger and more ingrained the attachment, the less capable we become of discerning right and wrong.
Fanatical Reflective Focused / knows path Unresolved
We have to go over our experience again and again and try to ascertain the facts. Because the facts matter. If we only take a few puzzle pieces and fill in the gaps with things that suit our shrunken self’s narrative, we will only do injury, to ourselves and maybe to others.
No love / no feeling Intense feeling Protected Dangerous
Rohini reads her poem, “No Love,” which is about how delusion always ends in its own destruction, and Love, which is God’s nature, always prevails.
state the actors
know your part
the warrior embraces
If we just try to do things in our idea of “the right way”, assuming instead of asking, we lose our humanity.