A Hard Day’s Night

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Deep looks upon Deep as the Singular-Whole,
And all External Associations are rendered Mute.
The ten-thousand things coalesce with Essential-Sameness,
You and the Dharmakaya are strangers no more.

When opposites contract into undivided singularity,
The long days of comparison are over.
Movement ceases and action is extrinsic,
Yet when activity is abandoned, the nights of restlessness ensue.

When the Deep recognizes the Deep AS ITSELF, the Realm of Singularity prevails. All former dualistic and samsaric associations are quelled into their non-being status. All dharmas are now infused with the Essence of the Unborn Substance, as the Nirvanic-Dharmakaic Kingdom of Self is now Self-Realized. When thing-ness contracts into the undivided singularity of the Unborn, the divided days of Who, What, When and Where simply fold-up and are repudiated. IT does not move and thus actions are unessential; yet the action of abandoning actions creates endless and restless nights.

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