Where Time is a Frequency and Space is a Holographic Unity
"Why did the Buddha teach?"
A student asked an old seer:
“If the Buddha had no desires, why teach?”.
The seer answered:
Oh of that which is, look but around thyself!
Give ear to the words of mortals and find their moan and find their cry, find their gossip and their lie.
One is born in Aid and struggle, thus the Aid is born in one.
Be it innate like the march, be it else, 'tis but the Mind.
One can alter it by breath, thus the good and bad arise.
But remember, oh poor mortal, 'bout the Moon and Sun and Tides.
For 'tis them that shewn us Light upon the inexistent night.
Oh of that which is, leave now and reason with the foul, the mortal, the passion, the not satisfied.
Reason, oh of that which is, with thy brothers and thy sisters and find the understanding.
For if reason be not found, understand one is alone.
As to reason is for two, so discourse is for the one.
If the ears are sealed and dry, one can try and try and try.
For the others will be thrilled by the teachings of the teacher.
But the teacher, if one wise, will say "Leave, desire creature!".
Ever following the lines and the laws and rites of teachers, ears of sealed and cry and dry have their doubt signed by the preachers.
Then the scholars and the rulers will seek truth and light in outer, thus they will forget their Self in abysses ever darker.
If in darkness one would linger, words and colors will be lost, and the veil of Isis, thicker, ever thicker to exhaust.
Become, oh of that which is, free of teachers and of preachers, free of lines and laws and rites, of desires like the creatures.
Seek and reason with the master, for he is but one of mortals.
Do not linger in the vastness of the world with not one portal.
Remember, oh ye man of Man, that men see gods as merely rulers, but that such is not accepted by the sages and the scholars.
Then the mages and the wise speak they reason with these rulers, thus 'tis clear, beyond mere lies, of the vastness of the Ruler.
As so, oh of that which is, I tell thy Spirit "Rise"!
Rise and govern thy own path! Rise and rise and rise!
To thy question as of "Why?" I can only speak "Why not?".
Seek and answer, thou shall find that the answer is a lie!
Be it true or be it false, be it hearted, be it doubt, 'tis but thy own reason upon the things from low to high.