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movement, no stirring, complete emptiness of all thought, of all 


seeing. There's no interpreter to translate, to observe, to censor. An 


immeasurable vastness that is utterly still and silent. There is no 


space, nor time to cover that space. The beginning and the ending 



are here, of all things. There is really nothing that can be said about 


it.


The pressure and the strain have been going on quietly all day; 


only now they have increased.



2nd The thing which happened yesterday, that immeasurable 


still vastness, went on all the evening, even though there were 


people and general talk. It went on all night; it was there in the 


morning. Though there was rather exaggerated, emotionally 



agitated talk, suddenly in the middle of it, it was there. And it's 


here, there's a beauty and a glory and there's a sense of wordless 


ecstasy.



The pressure and the strain began rather early.


3rd Been out all day. All the same, in a crowded town in the 


afternoon, for two or three hours the pressure and the strain of it 


was on.



4th Been busy, but in spite of it, the pressure and the strain of it 


was there in the afternoon.


Whatever actions one has to do in daily life, the shocks and the 


various incidents should not leave their scars. These scars become 



the ego, the self, and as one lives, it becomes strong and its walls 


almost become impenetrable.


5th Been too busy but whenever there's some quiet, the pressure 


and the strain was on.



6th Last night woke up with that sense of complete stillness and






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