Window into the inner-sanctum.
The purpose of windows is to let in light, so we can see the beautiful world that surrounds us. Keep your windows clean so you can clearly see your world unobscured by the dust of desire and the grime of greed. Open the curtains of ignorance see the light. Raise the blinds of envy and hate; let the sun shine into your heart.
If we are not lazy we can look at our world through clean windows. Take the time to remove all the outside filth allowing your view of the world to sparkle free of dirt. If we feed on rubbish from outside influences we will develop accordingly. Watch only what is wholesome on that devilish TV window box that has few flowers. See the pristine wondrous world in all its glory.
We should not peep in other windows with envy and wanting, this does not bring us joy. Look in other windows and see the good and try to emulate those good examples, this is of far better value.
When the light hits a window at a certain angle it acts like a mirror reflecting the world in an abstract way. These reflections remind us that we echo our surroundings, understanding this surround yourself with good.
Windows come in a multitude of different architectural designs. Windows are to be looked at, looked in and out of, as well as many other observations. This is the wonder of windows for those that are perceptive.
Our observance and appreciation should not be confined to only windows. To take the time to notice the wondrous diversity of all things in our world is to rediscover your untarnished childhood view.
Keep your windows free of dust. With the curtains open, let the light shine into your inner-sanctum. Be fully alive and mindful, in this way enjoy life.
Our senses are our windows to our mind. Like the four wise monkeys, See no Evil, Hear no Evil, Speak no Evil and Do no Evil.
This is in responce to Dawn’s challenge to take a lingering look at windows.