Sermon on the Skyscraper

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This is not a sermon in the way it is regularly understood. The intention is not to try to make you guilty, to make you repent, feel sorry for your mistakes, apologetic for your existence, and to demand or urge that you change yourself. No. This is in the spirit of the sermon on the mount, a joyous reminder of your position and worth in the universe. More

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About TAT

The author is not important. The author served as medium for this message to propagate, as a set of hands to put this message into the written word, however humble the undertaking may be. This set of hands have called themselves Tat, which in Sanskrit means That and is used in reference to the underlying principle of the universe, the ultimate reality. “Tat tvam asi” is the famous Sanskrit phrase that comes from Hindu philosophy and means “That thou art”, or “you are That”, That being the ultimate reality. The author is aware that all is That and does not wish to be distinguished as a separate individual. Take this work to be a message from yourself to yourself.

I love doing what I do. I love speaking about Truth, I love writing about Truth. It brings me an immense joy to do it. In order to spark this wish in me to speak about it, there needs to be sincere seekers, people who have no time to spend on just the act of spending time. To those, I extend an invitation. I'm not saying that you need me, I need you more than you need me. Challenge yourself, challenge your comfort-zone, push the boundaries of what you think is ultimately true. Be willing to look stupid, be willing to admit you know nothing. This is not a defeat, don't take it like that. It is the beginning of something great, but you don't know that just yet.

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