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We say the words, but we rarely listen. Human Being.  

To be, said Shakespeare. To exist or live — to take place, to happen, to occur. 

To occupy a place, to hold a position.

To continue, to remain as before. Let it be, said Lennon.

To belong, to attend, to befall. May the force be with you, said General Dodanna. (I know Han said it, but he didn’t say it first.)

So, do you just live, merely exist, or do you occupy a place?

Do you simply continue, to remain as before, or do you belong, do you attend?

Are you, by choice, uniting, igniting, delighting?

Are you being?