Monthly Archives: November 2010

After discovering the Truth, what?


  After discovering the Truth, and recognizing it as such, live it! As you live it, it becomes you and you become it – that is enlightenment.  

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Being Content As Well As Not Satisfied.


  Being content is contentedly accepting one’s present state of being, and not being satisfied is accepting that there is more to be accomplished and allowing that to happen in its own time.  

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Wonder Full.


  If whilst living life you can be detached from it you will feel wonderful and, yes, be wonder full!  

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Apologies.


  Repeated apologies for one thing, where the cause is not brain dysfunction, are merely excuses for not caring enough to remedy the cause, and thus an indication of selfishness.  

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Birth and Death.


  Why do we celebrate birth and mourn death? When we embark on a journey do we not celebrate the completion not the embarkation?  

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Mind/Soul = Moul.


  Since I neopt the mind and the soul as one and the same thing it is time for me to coin a word to take the place of both. For the sake of easier identification and/or association by the … Continue reading

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The Road.


  When the road gets rough the wise want to know why and, having heard, seek confirmation within. When the road is smooth the wiser want to know why and, having heard, seek confirmation within. Whether the road is rough … Continue reading

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Mind/Soul (3).


  The mind/soul is like a box that is full of possessions which we have acquired and, as we get enlightened, the six sides of the box disappear so that the possessions fall out and away and we are able … Continue reading

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Quo Vadis?


  The Apostle, Peter, is said to have asked Jesus, “Whither goest thou, Lord?” and this question in Latin is “Quo vadis, Domini?”. However, the language used by Jesus and Peter would have been Aramaic, hence neither of the above … Continue reading

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Mind/Soul (2).


  The mind/soul is a conglomeration of experiences that alters with the passage of each moment. Spirit is unchanging.  

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