MOKSHA

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Moksha - a tricky thing which comes after death as a liberation from getting birth again through non-attachment to the reasons why the soul takes materialization in particular body.

Also according to ayurv
eda - that should be the purpose of a Happily lived LIFE:
1) through understanding of our duties - (Dharma)
2) doing them however way we can do them - Artha
3) when get paid for it - 
enjoying it - Kama
4) and when realizing that these all enjoyments are pretty much the same - just an illusionary  gratification of senses - so boring and pointless at the essence - delete the wish to get back to them - and you are FREE! 

Since I was a kid - everything I did was for some kind of a "tick-mark": did this, done that, been there, had those, tick, tick, tick, tick.... And suddenly - a moment came when there was no anymore empty space left for a tick-marks. Not even a one wish left. Everything was ticked. I did everything I wanted to. My material life as I was living it - through the prism of wishes - stopped that day. I needed the time to find out the reasons to exist in my body again. 

From a hunter I become vegetarian that time - did not had a wish to kill anymore or to have a presence of death in my body. I hosted direct disciples of His Highness Dalai Lama at my house in Baltezers, Latvia where I had discussions with them regarding this topic for over ten days. I started valuating people by the way they treat their life's duties not they public appearance. I quit smoking weed for around two years and when I looked at the woman all I could see was her mission of life not how sexy or beautiful she was. I quit bending for public opinion. I was free. 

Since that moment I'm not doing the things because I want to do them. I do the things I choose or agree to do if it makes any sense. 

This planet is like a school - one day - there will be that day - you have to quit it not only with your body but also with your soul. You can stay for many years and even lifetimes at the one grade but one day the life will find the ways to make you leave it. And we all on Earth are so much the same - born out of our wishes - not duties. Slaving for our wishes not purposes. Like the real first graders... So to be FREE first we have to cut off our EGO for which we are slaving for.

Emancipate yourself from mental slavery,
None but ourselves can free our minds.
Have no fear for atomic energy,
'Cause none of them can stop the time.
Bob Marley



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