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#4828 - Monday, January 28, 2013 - Editor: Gloria Lee

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    #4828 - Monday, January 28, 2013 - Editor: Gloria Lee The Nonduality Highlights http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NDhighlights/ Giving up the false self is the
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      #4828 - Monday, January 28, 2013 - Editor: Gloria Lee
      Giving up the false self is the true renunciation.
      ~ Ramana Maharshi
      by Sandra Ma on Facebook

      A Smile
      Shakyamuni held up a lotus
      so Kashyapa smiled.
      Not at all.
      The lotus smiled
      so Kashyapa smiled.
      Nowhere was Shakyamuni!
       from: 'Beyond Self: 108 Korean Zen Poems' by Ko Un
      via Tao & Zen on Facebook

      Everything we call real is made up of things that cannot be regarded as real.
      ~ Niehls Bohr

      "Ignorance is the sense of having one particular aim and object and goal in mind.
      And that aim and object, that goal-mindedness, becomes extremely overwhelming,
      so you fail to see the situation around you. That seems to be the ignorance. Your
      mind is highly precoccupied with what you want, so you fail to see what is."
      ~Chogyam Trungpa
      From "Transcending Madness: The Experience of the Six Bardos"
      Via Amrita Nadi on Daily Dharma

      Alan Larus Photography

      Excellent Interview with Ram Dass (Video)
      "You've got to trust that when you have surrendered, you will hear clearly. The
      Tao says the truth waits for eyes unclouded by longing, and your longing to have
      it different than it is, is ultimately a trap, because it keeps you from hearing
      the whole gestalt, the whole way things are. And as you hear the totality of it,
      you trust that out of that will come an appropriate action, a dharmic action.
      That's the trust of dharma, that's the trust in the wisdom of the Universe that is
      greater than your own personal egoism..."
      Full interview here:
      via Tao & Zen on Facebook

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