It's Its Own "Thing"

Posted: 3/31/2009

"IT," being the word that we use as "is-ness," is everything. "It's raining, it's sunny, it's hot..." What is IT? You see, this is-ness of everything, is IT. That's it. There's nothing to talk about really, IT is its own problem. It's funny, isn't it? Let us know that the use of the word "its" shows possession (ex. "The dog ate its food") and the contraction for it is-- "it's" is a statement of is-ness (ex. "It's a jolly holiday with you, Burt"). That which IS simply is, and saying it is makes it so. The word is a very powerful thing. Let us learn to use our words impeccably.  And so it is.  Namaste.