Illusion

Posted 2005-11-07 @ 11:49:46 In articles > features

Our philosophy guru makes another appearance. íTí shows us that less can definitely be more. Itíll take only a minute of your time but will leave you pondering for ages.

A little boy and girl were walking through the woods one-day on their way home, when they found an old monk sitting in a clearing with his legs crossed inwards and his eyes closed. As the children drew closer they realized that the old man was levitating in midair. They had never seen anything like it before and after initial shock wore off, they began to circle the monk, looking for anything that would give them a clue as to how he did it.

The monk, still levitating, seemed totally oblivious to their presence. "Wake up," yelled the boy, but the monk remained completely un-responsive, floating in the air as if gravity did not exits to him. The children were too curious to go home and decided to wait until the monk woke up.

After a few hours passed, the old monk floated gently to the ground, and opened his eyes. He saw the children standing in front of him, a few feet away with their eyes wide open. "How do you float like that," asked the little boy. "It is an illusion," replied the monk. "Then where are the ropes that hold you up," retorted the little girl. "You don’t understand," said the wise old man. "The floating is not the illusion."


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