tiltbillings wrote:Good luck and give us frequent detailed updates.
thereductor wrote:Also, don't anyone start a really interesting meditation thread until I've come back. Please!
Four monks decided to meditate silently without speaking for two weeks.
By nightfall on the first day, the candle began to flicker and then went out.
The first monk said, "Oh, no! The candle is out."
The second monk said, "Aren't we not suppose to talk?"
The third monk said, "Why must you two break the silence?"
The fourth monk laughed and said, "Ha! I'm the only one who didn't speak."
thereductor wrote:In considering that fact, I've decided to go silent for between 90 to 100 days. Its not a long time, to be sure. But it'll be longer than any such hiatus I've taken thus far.
Suffering is asking from life what it can never give you.
mindfulness, bliss and beyond (page 8) wrote:Do not linger on the past. Do not keep carrying around coffins full of dead moments
Ytrog wrote: I believe it was Buddhism for dummies (yes, I have it. It's hopelessly biased towards the Mahayana.)
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