A poignant passage
- I have been going through "The Oneness of the Eastern Heart and the
Western Mind, Part 2" - indeed an odyssey of a book! Usually I read
a little bit before going to sleep.
Anyway, reading today I came across the following passage, which I
feel is related to a subject which I broached in an earlier message
(only here it is said much more beautifully!):
"When ignorance reaches the abysmal breath of self-limitation, man
is compelled to turn into his own grave with a living body."
This is from a talk entitled "Ignorance" and is on pg.57.
Alternatively, it can be found here on the web:
P.S. Just a thought, I wonder if anyone out there attended any of
these lectures, and, if so, they had any inspiring stories to share?