Month: November 2018
Change is not only the path ahead, but it is also the path behind us
Disenchantment, whether it is a minor disappointment or a major shock, is the signal that things are moving into transition in our lives.“ ~ William Bridges
It’s a paradox: To achieve continuity, we have to be willing to change. Change is, in fact, the only way to protect whatever exists, for without continuous readjustment the present cannot continue.
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I salute the Buddha within you
I salute the Buddha within you. You may not be aware of it, you may not have ever dreamed about it — that you are a Buddha, that nobody can be anything else, that buddhahood is the very essential core of your being, that it is not something to happen in the future, that it has happened already. It is the very source you come from; it is the source and the goal too. It is from buddhahood that we move, and it is to buddhahood that we move. This one word, buddhahood, contains all — the full circle of life, from the alpha to the omega. Continue reading
Does God Exist? – J Krishnamurthi
Thought for the Week – 26th November 2018
Don’t Worry About What Happens – Eckhart Tolle
Book Recommendation – The Power of Now By Eckhart Tolle
An Amazon reviewer writes:
“After nearly three decades of practicing meditation to become enlightened (some day) I found it disheartening to conclude that I wasn’t really getting anywhere, yet I was reluctant to give up the effort. Then Tolle popped into my life like a much needed life preserver, showed me who I really am, and put an end to my thrashing about in self-created whirlpools of despair – when you discover you are the ocean itself the whirlpools peter out in embarrassment. Continue reading
The Humpty Dumpty Effect
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the King’s horses and
All the King’s men
Could not put him together again.
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Your evolution or devolution depends on your personal concerted effort
“Let man lift himself by himself, let him not lower himself; his self alone is his friend, his self alone is his enemy.”
Your evolution or devolution does not depend on external forces and environmental conditions. It depends on your personal concerted effort.
When you are alive , where is the problem?
Three old men were sitting in a park, discussing the inevitable, death. One old man of seventy-three said, “When I die I would like to be buried with Abraham Lincoln, the greatest man, loved by all.” Another said, “I would like to be buried with Albert Einstein, the greatest scientist, humanitarian, philosopher, lover of peace.”