>Why does it hurt?
>So that we may learn
>Why must we learn compassion?
~ I disagree:
Why must we learn
Because is our true nature to love
Satsang with my Self.
It is my greatest joy.
What prevents that from happening
It is not something that
happens. That's what.
It just is.
THIS is my greatest joy.
THIS. Before my
THIS. Before my
THIS. Before my
THIS. Before my
finally Amigo, web-magazine for Non-Dualistic
in on the air
with contributions of Wolter Keers, Jan van
Delden, Douglas Harding,
Tony Parsosn and others
you can find it on:
version can be found at : http://www.ods.nl/amigo
enjoy the magazine
This is an official Nonduality Statement:
Anyone who does not sound
like Ramana, Nisargadatta, or the current crop
of popular nondual teachers,
is to be considered not yet fully realized.
This policy remains in effect
until 31 December 2007.
Thanks for the Laugh Jerry - couldn't that be interpreted as
planet is the only one in the universe where "realized creatures"
Not to mention the perspective, those in a lineage are
some artists are surrealized. And the cats here are
Uh, does this mean I need to speak in an Indian accent now?
ok, - all is
(how am I doing ?!)
Think of the official Nonduality Statement with "realized" as
rather than a noun and the whole thing takes on a pleasantly quaint,
Monty-Pythonesque quality... a universe where we taste with our ears
tell our eyes what is seeable.
This notion of partial realization (as
compared to full realization)
is fun, as well... you know me, kind of... I
know you, kind of...
until December 31, 2007, when all will be
I think there are movie rights in this somewhere. I
WE HAVE NOT COME TO
We have not come here
to take prisoners,
But to surrender ever more deeply
To freedom and
We have not come into
this exquisite world
To hold ourselves hostage from
Run my dear,
That may not strengthen
Your precious budding
Run like hell my
From anyone likely
To put a sharp knife
Into the sacred, tender
Of your beautiful heart.
We have a duty to
Those aspects of obedience
That stand outside of our house
shout to our reason
"O please, O please,
Come out and
For we have not come
here to take prisoners
Or to confine our wondrous
But to experience
ever and ever more deeply
Our divine courage, freedom and
versions of Hafiz by Daniel Ladinsky)
ºStudent: "What is the purpose of
ºPoonjaji: "Who would ever search for the truth unless
"This pain is not to make
you sad, remember. That's where people go
on missing.... This pain is just to
make you more alert--because
people become alert only when the arrow goes
deep into their heart
and wounds them. Otherwise they don't become alert.
When life is
easy, comfortable, convenient, who cares? Who bothers to
alert? When a friend dies, there is a possibility. When your
leaves you alone--those dark nights, you are lonely. You have
that woman so much and you have staked all, and then suddenly one
she is gone. Crying in your loneliness, those are the occasions
if you use them, you can become aware. The arrow is hurting: it
be used. The pain is not to make you miserable, the pain is to
you more aware! And when you are aware, misery disappears."
Take it Easy, Volume 2 Chapter 12
Context: 911, terrorism, concealed
governmental lies and corruption
Warning: Do not go to this
URL if you are
easily upset. This webpage contains
statements which may be
offensive to persons who are of certain
religion, or who prefer to
maintain blind trust in the government
It also contains several very interesting
links to external
"What Should be the
"The CIA trained Osama bin Laden.
Americans have no idea of
the extent of the activities of the
agencies of the U.S. government.
For example, Osama bin Laden was
by the CIA.
(See the 1998 MSNBC article,
Bin Laden comes home to
And: (topical to NDS)
"True power is not
Those who are really powerful can
have a strong influence
"Those who have strong
merely by expressing what they want
are more powerful than those
have to pay money to fight enemies. "
On Mon, 17 Sep 2001 10:52:40 -0600 "Michael
> now the
news, the country and the adminstration looks like a
The above is the best observation
you've ever shared here, Tim,
it's more insightful than a
whole week of tiresome TV pundits
It's important to let our leaders know that Americans won't
playing into the terrorists' hands by responding with escalating
of the top-rated suggestions was to send the following letter
President and Congressional Representatives:
terrorism, we must act in accordance with a high
does not disregard the lives of people in other
If we retaliate by bombing Kabul and kill people
the Taliban dictatorship who have no part in
terrorists are harbored, we become like the
oppose. We perpetuate the cycle of retribution
recruit more terrorists by creating martyrs. Please do
everything you can to counsel patience as we search for those
responsible. Please ensure that our actions reflect the
sanctity of human life everywhere. Thank you.
We've mounted a
petition campaign, called "Justice, not Terror",
that delivers exactly this
message. Please add your voice at: http://www.moveon.org/justice/
ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending
the very thing it seeks to destroy. Instead
of diminishing evil, it
multiplies it... Through violence you
may murder the hater, but you do not
murder hate. In fact,
violence merely increases hate.... Returning violence
violence multiplies violence, adding deeper darkness to a
already devoid of stars. Darkness cannot drive out hate;
only love can
- Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.