Archive for the 'Thoughts for the Day' Category

Jun 05 2015

a good thing

It is a good thing we have our hearts
as well as the moon
to give.

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Jun 03 2015

already

Stop struggling for perfection,
and recognize the perfection
you already are.

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May 29 2015

pragmatic

A mystic must be supremely pragmatic:
Use what works,
whatever opens the heart
and fires the spirit.

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May 20 2015

blind eye

If I turn a blind eye to the suffering of another
…I become a little more blind.

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May 15 2015

no story

No story can contain you.

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May 12 2015

day of possibility

Be thankful for this day
of possibility.
Who knows what magic will unfold?

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May 08 2015

liberation and theft

What the heart recognizes
as liberation,
the ego sees
as theft.

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May 06 2015

Self experiencing Self

What is there
but Self
experiencing Self?

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May 04 2015

present through perception

We are present through perception,
not action.

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May 01 2015

maintain our pretenses

Too tired to maintain our pretenses,
we rest in awe.

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Apr 29 2015

elegantly

All the gods
and creeds and practices…
when what it all really comes down to
is elegantly yielding.

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Apr 17 2015

real you

The real you
is much too big to be your own.

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Apr 15 2015

contentment

Contentment

(that’s it)

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Apr 08 2015

mundane effort

The most mundane effort,
when approached with a sense of service
and a questing heart,
becomes an act of beauty.

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Apr 03 2015

naivete

Innocence is not naivete.
Naivete must be carefully removed.
Innocence is your true nature.

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Apr 01 2015

not fully present

What we call the ego
is the individual’s particular way
of not being fully present.

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Mar 27 2015

every corner

In every corner of the world,
the entire mystery of life and death
can be found.

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