Archive for the 'Thoughts for the Day' Category

May 05 2017


Be willing to drop all addiction
to mental chatter
and the trance
it creates.

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May 01 2017

first language

Remember: Language
is not your first language.

2 responses so far

Apr 14 2017

Innocence & naiveté

Innocence is not naiveté.
Naivete must be carefully removed.
Innocence is our true nature.

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Apr 12 2017

Where you are

Where you are,

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Apr 07 2017

purest philosophy

Follow the purest philosophy
in your heart.
Let the world adjust
to you.

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Apr 03 2017


Just the slightest shift in point-of-view,
and everything around us is made new.

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Mar 27 2017

in the palm of your hand

It’s amazing what you find
in the palm of your hand
when you finally
release your grip.

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Mar 24 2017


Stunned, we stumble
into deeper awareness.

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Mar 22 2017

All exploration

All exploration
is self-discovery.

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Mar 17 2017

Use everything

Use everything:
Joy, fear, success, suffering.
A seeker hasn’t the luxury
to waste life in pursuit
of easy, grand experiences.

3 responses so far

Mar 10 2017

God meets God

Each one of us does not exist
except as an empty field
in which God meets God.
We are the flash of self-recognition
that lights the face of the Divine.

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Mar 08 2017


Being a pacifist
does not mean being a passivist.

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Mar 03 2017

never to be missed

The present moment is always unique,
a profound mystery,
and never to be missed

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Mar 01 2017

limiting details

Spirit awakens us
with utter disregard
for the limiting details of our lives.

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Feb 24 2017

to let go

Amazing how liberating it is
to let go
and let go
and let go…

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Feb 22 2017

Life and death

Life and death are a given.

It is what we do with them that matters.

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Feb 17 2017

meet the mystery

To really meet the mystery,
we must be uncertain.

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