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Dhammapada
Get the Causality and Emptiness – The Wisdom of Nagarjuna from www.buddhanet.net

Avalokiteshvara
Get the English translation of The Middle Way by Nagarjuna from www.bergen.edu

 
 
 
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On What Practice Is --- by Ezra Bayda

  • Practice is about experiencing the truth of who we really are.
  • Practice is about being with our life as it is, not as we would like it to be.
  • Practice is about the clash between what we want and what is.
  • Practice is about the transformation of our unnecessary suffering.
  • Practice is about attending to, experiencing, wherever we are stuck, wherever we're holding, whatever blocks us from our true nature.
  • Practice is about turning away from constantly seeking comfort and from trying to avoid pain.
  • Practice ultimately deals with just one thing: the fear at the base of human existence — the fear that I am not.
  • Practice is about willingly residing in whatever life presents to us.
  • Practice is about seeing through our belief systems; so even if they remain, they no longer run us.
  • Practice is about turning from a self-centered view to a life-centered view.
  • Practice is about learning to be no one; not giving solidity to any belief system — just being.
  • Practice is about learning to be happy; but we will never be happy until we truly experience our unhappiness.
  • Practice is about slowly increasing our awareness of who we are and how we relate to life.
  • Practice is about moving from a life of drama to a life of no drama.
  • Practice is always about returning to the true self.
  • Practice is about finally understanding the paradox that although everything is a mess, all is well.
  • Practice is about learning to say "Yes" to everything, even when we hate it.
  • Practice always comes back to just the willingness to be.
                

Forgiveness is to give up all hope for a better past. --- Unknown

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