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#4005 - Monday, September 6, 2010 - Editor: Gloria Lee

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    #4005 - Monday, September 6, 2010 - Editor: Gloria Lee The Nonduality Highlights - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NDhighlights Coming empty-handed, going empty
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      #4005 - Monday, September 6, 2010 - Editor: Gloria Lee

      The Nonduality Highlights - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NDhighlights
       
       
       
      "Coming empty-handed, going empty handed -
          that is human.
      When you are born, where do you come from?
      When you die, where do you go?
      Life is like a floating clud which appears.
      Death is like a floating cloud which disappears.
      The floating cloud itself originally does not exist.
      Life and death, coming and going, are also like that.
      But there is one thing which always remains clear.
      It is pure and clear, not depending on life and death.
       
      What, then, is the one pure and clear thing?"
      - Zen Master Seung Sahn
       
      posted to Daily Dharma by Dainen Kelley
       

       
      "The valley spirit never dies;
      It is the woman, the primal mother.
      Her gateway is the root of heaven and earth.
      it is like a veil barely seen.
      Use it; it will never fail."

      Tao Te Ching.

      LAO TSU.


      “All one can teach is understanding, everything else comes by itself .”

      Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
       
      by Tom McFerran to Facebook
       

       
      Awareness Watching Awareness
       
       
       
       by Craig Royal
       

       
      Someone may be able to speak beautifully about compassion, wisdom, or non-self,
      but this doesn’t necessarily help others. And the speaker may still have a big self or
      treat others badly; his eloquent speech may be only empty words. We can get tired
      of all these words, even the word “Buddha.” So to wake people up,
      Master Linji [Japanese, Rinzai] invented new terms and new ways of saying things
      that would respond to the needs of his time. For example, Master Linji invented
      the term “businessless person,” the person who has nowhere to go and nothing to do.
      This was his ideal example of what a person could be.

      - Thich Nhat Hanh, "Simply Stop"


       
      "To know that you do not know is best.
      To pretend to know what you do not know is a disease."
      - Lao Tzu...

      by John Schofield to Facebook
       

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