16 Observations

16 Observations

•Everything changes. • We have just enough problems, not too many or too few. • Even a mistaken approach is not a waste of time. • Formal education is to explain what is and what it means. Actual education is to let it be, whatever it is, without explanation. • Wherever you go, you will find your teacher. • Light one corner of the world. • The way that helps will not be the same:...

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A Message of Being

A Message of Being

This is a timeless reminder Great thanks to Margie (and her son) for this reminder

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You Were Born With Wings

You Were Born With Wings

You were born with wings, why prefer to crawl through life? Absorbed in this world, you’ve made it your burden. Rise above this world. There is another vision. All your life you’ve paid attention to your experiences, but never to your Self. Are you searching for your Soul?  Then come out of your prison. Leave the stream and join the river that flows into the Ocean. Let yourself be...

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Being Easy….

Being Easy….

Easy is right. Begin right, and you are easy. Continue easy and you are right. The right way to go easy is to forget the right way and forget the going is easy.   —Chuang-Tzu, The Inner Chapters, Gia Feng and Jane...

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On a Day When the Wind is Perfect

On a Day When the Wind is Perfect

On a day when the wind is perfect, the sail just needs to open and the world is full of beauty. today is such a day. My eyes are like the sun that makes promises; the promise of life that it always keeps each morning. The living heart gives to us as does that luminous sphere, both caress the earth with great tenderness. There is a breeze that can enter the soul. This love I know plays a drum. ...

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Three things….

Three things….

Wisdom tells me I am nothing.  Love tells me I am everything.  Between these two, my life flows. —Nisargadata There are three things that are real: God, human folly, and laughter. The first two are beyond our comprehension, so we must do what we can with the third. —John Fitzgerald Kennedy, quoting from the Ramayana I am not a Christian, not Jew, not Hindu, not Buddhist.  I...

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