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endless horizons

POSTCARD #113: New Delhi:  Carrying stuff upstairs, laptop under arm with notepad, phone in pocket, pen held in teeth, water bottle neck clasped between first and third fingers. 575 more words

Mindfulness

Transition.

I find it increasingly unnatural to attend to the minutia of daily life. Often, it doesn’t even seem like I share the same mind as the people around me. 340 more words

Introvert

Note to S/self

Original face
Emptiness?
Consciousness?

This?
In my experience there is this.

God is an idea.
There is this. This…

Trying to prove that I exist. Reading that I don’t. 43 more words

Poetry

The Self in Buddhism and Western Philosophy (Moore)

The Self in Buddhism and Western Philosophy (from Political Theory in Canonical Buddhism, by Matthew J. Moore, in Philosophy East and West, January 2015)

Yet, not surprisingly, the Western philosophical tradition contains several different strands of thought about the self, which are more or less close to the Buddhist position. 408 more words

Relevant Excerpts

All We Need is Love

“Falling in Love with the Earth” by Thich Nhat Hanh

This beautiful, bounteous, life-giving planet we call Earth has given birth to each one of us, and each one of us carries the Earth within every cell of our body. 1,191 more words

No Self

Self / No Self

Below is my first Toastmaster speech. The assignment was called “The Ice-Breaker” and the task was to introduce myself to the group.

Hello everyone. Today I’ve been asked to introduce myself. 447 more words

Judaism

Your Task

“Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.”

― Rumi

Mindfulness