Viridescent/ˌvɪrɪˈdɛs(ə)nt/ ~ Greenish or becoming green.
“Our brain simulates reality. So, our everyday experiences are a form of dreaming, which is to say, they are mental models, simulations, not the things they appear to be.” ~ Stephen LaBerge
The one who should be forgiven, is the one who’s able to punish. ~ Arabic Proverbs
Dwell among people for forty days. You will either become one of them or flee them. ~ Arabic Proverb
Predestination is a religious concept which involves the relationship between the beginning of things and its destiny. Predestination concerns God’s decision to determine ahead of time what the destiny of groups and/or individuals will be and also includes all of Creation.
The fool has his answer on the tip of his tongue. ~ Arabic Proverb
Sravana is a Sanskrit word that has a range of translations, including “ear,” “hypotenuse of a triangle,” “the act of hearing” and “fame.” In Hindu philosophy, however, sravana is the process by which individuals reflect on the secrets of the Upanishads in order to gain insight and understanding after first hearing them from their guru. Sravana, therefore, is the mental activity that needs to take place in order for the yogi to know the truth about Brahman.
Some say that by hearing the teachings of the Divine through sravana, the yogi’s mind will begin to merge with Divinity. To listen to teachings in this way is considered a form of Bhakti yoga.