How mysterious can a mystery be if it is always revealed? Actually, the attraction of mystery is in the eventual revelation which is often a relevation as well.
“Oh sweet mystery of life at last I’ve found thee.” Although permanently marred by its use in the film, Young Frankenstein, nevertheless, this lyric epitomizes to me the“aha” moments, when the last puzzle piece falls into place, or the tumblers click to open the vault to the spiritual realm.
In these times, however they may present themselves, this verse from the Tao assures me that I am not only being enlightened about the great “out there” but also about the perfection that resides within me as well. In fact, it is perfection that is me. Not a concept that I have embraced completely thus far but that doesn’t make it any less true.