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  • A story about a young wolf (Siberian Education movie)

    The winter seemed never-ending, and the pack was dying of hunger. The leader of the pack—the oldest of them all—was out in front, comforting the young wolves and telling them that spring was coming. But, at a certain point, one young wolf, decides to stop. He says he has had enough of cold and hunger, and he says he’s going to live among men; because the important thing is to stay alive. The young wolf lets himself be caught, as the years go by, he forgets that long time ago he was a wolf. One day, many years later, as he’s hunting with his master he runs servilely to collect the prey. But, he realizes that the prey is the old leader of the pack. He falls silent with shame and the old wolf speaks and says to him: “I die happy because I lived my life as a wolf; you, on the other hand, belong neither to the world of wolves nor to the world of men. Hunger comes and goes but dignity, once lost, never returns.
    The less I meditate throughout the week the more I go fucking INSANE
    You might say: "dude it's just 10 minutes a day"
    10 minutes is simply not enough for me to have a satisfying meditation session, 30 minutes and more ATLEAST. I don't track time during meditation, like many people do nowadays with a smartphone app or something, I like to just escape to the astral and meditate as much as I need to.
    Don't get me wrong I love meditation, but not having enough time for it is REALLY fucking bothering me.
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Al Jilwah: Chapter IV

"It is my desire that all my followers unite in a bond of unity, lest those who are without prevail against them." - Satan