Uncontrived

Instead of trying to abide by imaginary constructs that have never led any of us to complete and permanent happiness and the ability to be of benefit to all, we rely on what we can find to be absolutely true about ourselves. What do we find to be the basis of what we are? What can we absolutely say is true about you and about me? What can we find that is always established, never changing, absolutely real and always available to provide immediate benefit that is beyond all kinds of ideas of good or bad, right or wrong? In this we find the ultimate rightness and goodness, and it is completely uncontrived. Uncontrived—we’re not trying to contrive being good or being right.