Being desirable means being comfortable with your own ambiguity.

The most ambiguous reality is that we are flesh and spirit at the same time.

Within everyone there is light and shadow, good and evil, love and hate.

In order to be truthful, you must embrace your total being.

A person who exhibits both positive and negative qualities, strengths and weaknesses is not flawed, but complete.


Posted by | Paul Reynolds

“Not Christian or Jew or Muslim, not Hindu, Buddhist, Sufi, or Zen. Not any religion or cultural system…..” - Rumi

For over 30 years Paul Reynolds has collected and shared inspiration from a wide variety of sources. Embracing the philosophy that at the core of all these expressions is the reminder that we are loved and supported every moment. This unending stream of inspiration, imagination and wisdom is posted via his weekly ‘Living the Question Blog’, which has become ‘home’ for those discoveries. If you would like to receive the readings and share them with those you feel will benefit, please fill out the ‘Subscribe’ form to the right and Paul’s selections will come to your email every Friday.

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