just like clouds in the sky.
You cannot ask a cloud to stand still
or to hold its position in a certain way
while you attempt to paint it.
Every cloud is a movement.
Some are fast, some are slow,
but they are all a movement.
Is there not something which is unmoving?
What perceives That which cannot move?
What perceives That which cannot be seen?
What perceives That which cannot be known?
It cannot be known or grasped
as objective, phenomenal knowledge
and yet its reality cannot be refuted,
for the very attempt or act of refuting
will itself be perceived in It
—the one, immutable Being.Mooji