Monthly Archives: April 2015
You can’t lose them all either.
Judgments about what is realistic are always informed by assumptions about what reality is.
We hear much about the monastic and lay communities, but much less about the solitary practioners. All is well—this is how the pratyekabuddhas like it.
Lenin and the other professional revolutionaries are rolling in their graves.
Other-awareness is the othering-origin and self-surpassing of self-awareness.
I prefer my unhappiness the old-fashioned, all-natural way.
I would even say that skill alone can take you all the way.
These, as far as I can tell, are perfectly synonymous expressions.
Yet they have demonstrated that new forms of disclosure require new forms of secrecy.
Literal truth is, to be quite literal, truly a contradiction in terms.