The core of our existence is pure and unsullied. It has no hatred or dislike nor affiliation or liking. It has no desires or attachments. It seeks neither worldly life nor liberation. It remains unaffected by worldly happenings. It has no caste or creed. It realizes it is one without the second, non-dual, formless, attributeless, all-pervading, imperishable, unborn, eternal, changeless, stainless, infinite, knowledgeable, inconceivable, fourth and blissful. It neither hates nor likes and it never dies. From Lord Krishna in Bhagavad Gita to many saints who were planted with the seeds of scriptures in their thoughts by the creator have explained this nature of blissful being in every life. That teaching is the principle of non-dualism. That is not the purpose of this writing but to understand how the life unfolds in a particular manner to each one of us. When every life is given a free will, it is also gifted with the tools such as body, bundle of thoughts called mind, intellect which discriminates and emotions and feelings that are felt by our heart and senses respectively. As life begins it journey, it experiences interaction with other lives such as parents, friends, relatives, siblings and later also with children and grandchildren. It also experiences direct perception of things that happen in its life. A body of principles begin to form based on all these interactions. The world is filled with enormous amount of energy and every thought that comes to the mind, interaction of senses with outer world, feelings of the heart, discrimination that is carried by our intellect, etc. brings positive or negative energy with them. This constant set of actions create a personality in each one of us to perceive the world in a particular manner either contributing to our growth or lack thereof. It is not the view of our core but the tools we have around it. Rejection of our thoughts, what we believe as love, fluctuation of experiences that our mind considers as pleasure and pain, different perception of people who differ from our principles and views, etc. creates a disturbance for our peaceful existence internally. They are not external problem but internal. It creates an obsessive phobia or fear in our mind resulting type of behavior by each one of us. We either like to hide that fear and protect ourselves from happenings in the outside world or remove that fear out of our mind. Unfortunately, we can’t control outside world and hence protecting our fear from happenings becomes increasingly difficult resulting in our view of the world changing negatively. On the contrary, if we receive such happenings that threatens us and use it wisely to remove the underlying fear assuming it would also pass even if it takes time, it creates a positive perception of the world. The best way to make our life easier is to receive all that happens around us and let any thoughts, emotions, feelings, etc. go as quickly as possible. In other words, we need to keep moving from one moment to another and fully engage in each moment as it happens. Longer we take, harder it becomes for us to let go that blocked energy. How nice it would be for us to become a receiver of signal and emit it immediately out without retaining anything. The nature helps every human being to overcome the ordeal. That is why if we feel threatened by an interaction or event, the nature makes that happen so that it gives us an opportunity to let go of that fear. If we end up protecting the fear by avoiding such interaction or event, we end up having more thoughts, emotions and feelings. In a way, what we encounter as threat in our life is in fact an opportunity towards a purification process letting the blocked energy to be eliminated letting fresh energy to flow in and out freely. Every life aspires to become pure and become its very core. We are not the one that is experienced or the experience itself. We need to be seated in a centered position and keep observing the dances conducted by our thoughts, emotions, feelings, etc. Retaining that blocked energy attracts the attention of our core and if we move our presence inside the problem, we become the problem. It is like entering a battlefield without having a strategy to come out of it. Even if we enter, we need to constantly attempt to get out of it to move quickly to the peaceful and blissful original seat. For that we need to be in the present moment continuously and realize any drift from that being in the present moment is because of our core’s change of seat.