Wholeness

I’ve been reading David Bohm’s Wholeness and the Implicate Order. He provides one of the most beautiful descriptions of reality I’ve ever heard, a wonderful antidote to our usual fragmented way of viewing ourselves and the world.

Everything in life “…is to be understood not as something independently and permanently existent, but rather as a product that has been formed in the whole flowing movement, and that will ultimately dissolve back into this movement. How it forms and maintains itself, then, depends on its place and function in the whole.”

Bohm

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