sina wile pali e ilo suli la sina wile jo lukin wawa e tawa ala pi tenpo ni. lukin wawa e tawa ala pi tenpo ni li ilo sina kama e pali ijo pi tenpo pini. nasin ni li pilin sina ala. sina kama pi toki lawa insa ala e pali ijo pi tenpo pini.
tenpo ni li ni tenpo.
tenpo pini li tenpo ni ala. tenpo ni la tenpo pini li suli ala.
tenpo kama li tenpo ni ala. tenpo ni la tenpo kama li suli ala.
tenpo ni li tawa ale. sina ken tawa ale e tawa ala pi tenpo ni.
sina wile jo tawa ala pi tenpo ni la sina wile tawa ni:
sina lukin e ijo mute la sina lukin wawa e nena insa.
sina ken tawa ijo mute la sina kepeken tawa ala pi tenpo ni e sina. sina jo e ni la sina jo lukin wawa pona. sina jo lukin wawa mute en tawa ala pi tenpo ni ale li pali pona e ilo suli.
If you want to create a large machine, you should learn how to focus on the stillness of Now. Focusing on the stillness of now is a tool for you to go back to things you were working on before. This method will happen without you feeling anything. You will go back to doing what you were doing before without thought.
Now is the current time.
The past is not Now. The past is not important now.
The future is not Now. The future is not important now.
Now is always changing. You can move with the stillness of Now.
If you want to have the stillness of Now, you want to do this:
If you find yourself distracted (looking at many things), focus on the inside of your nasal cavity.
You can do many things if you use the stillness of now. Doing this will let you have focus easier. Lots of focus and the stillness of now help you create a large machine easier.
This post is written primarily in toki pona, or the language of good. It is a constructed language that is minimal (only about 120 words in total) yet it is enough to express just about every practical day to day communication need. It’s also small enough there’s tokenizers for it.
Have a good day and be well.
This article was posted on 2018-10-14. Facts and circumstances may have changed since publication. Please contact me before jumping to conclusions if something seems wrong or unclear.