that we should abandon them completely. It means avoiding the natural tendency to go from elation to depression in reaction to life’s ups and downs, jumping for joy when you have some success, or wanting to jump out the window if you do not get what you want. Being less concerned about the affairs of this life means assuming its ups and downs with a broad and stable mind. – On the Path to Enlightenment
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When the teachings say we need to reduce our fascination with the things of this life, it does not mean…
- Products are specially designed to catch the eye and captivate the mind.
- Those who wish to protect their practice should zealously guard the mind.
- When we look back, at the time of death, the experience of this life will seem like a dream.
- As a species, we should never underestimate our low tolerance for discomfort
- A young couple decided to deal with their ambivalence about panhandlers by giving money to the first person who asked each day.