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Pointers to the formless: Thanksgiving

When we think of the Thanksgiving holiday maybe we think of turkey and dressing and pies and pilgrims.  Maybe we think of historical traditions and sharing meals with Native Americans on a cold day when food was scarce.  Maybe our minds have those mindful thoughts, but deeper down we have a connection to the formless that bubbles up into our form.  The structure of life is a manifestation of eternal life.  The formless takes form so the formless can know the formless through form.  Take our families as an example.

The "warm feelings" of "graciousness" and "thanksgiving" are really the formless manifesting as form as a result of how the "world works" for the human form.  We have parents and siblings and extended families.  The warm feelings of the season are really something that we sense from beyond form.  We have "blood connections" to our families.  This may seem like a physical, scientific fact of human procreation but on a deeper level it is a sharing of like energies that take the form of procreation.

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