"The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion." - Albert Camus


“There are some days when I do feel that way,” she said. “For me, from day one, practicing nonattachment to this has been very important, because that’s what allows me to do what I do. If I was attached to my seat, if I was attached to future political possibilities, I would not be able to say the things that I say, and I would not be able to hold our own party accountable. “The thing that has given me the greatest sense of power is not letting people have power over me,” she said. “The way that they try to exercise power over me is, ‘You’re never going to get anywhere in this party. You’re never going to be able to run for anything again.’ When you actively don’t care about that, it’s the political equivalent of having fuck-you money. You can’t fire me. You can’t bankrupt me. I don’t value the things you think I value. That precisely is the source of power. The thing that they fear the most is what they don’t control.”

Giridharadas, Anand. The Persuaders (p. 202). Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.



What is Kaivala?

 There are three levels of enlightenment.

The first level of enlightenment is Nirvana. This is where we learn to disconnect from judgment, and clearly observe the world.

The second level of enlightenment is Samadhi. This is where we have gathered all of the knowledge about the universe.

The last of the three levels of enlightenment is Kaivala.

Kaivala is when we are completely connected, and we become of service.

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