16068[Meditation Society of America] Re: Mullah Nasrudin Tells It Like It Is
- Feb 27, 2008Oh sean dear! Do not die even in dream. Reverse ageing.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, sean tremblay
>Every day something gives in or lets go. Change and transformation
> Just to chime in here, It seems every day is a death or a dying.
are inevitable. I had a dream last week that I died it was very
real and there was nothing on the other side I just slowly went
blank. In my dream before that happened I told my wife "Its OK now
I stopped fighting" She laid me on the couch to be with me as I let
go. At one point I started laughing and I said "Who's gonna wear my
cloths?" which I thought was funny because they wouldn't fit anybody
> medit8ionsociety <email@example.com> wrote:
> "jogeshwarmahanta" <jogeshwarmahanta@> wrote:
> > Is so called 'natural' death inevitable? I think, "NO"
> > regards
> Yo Sri Jogeshwarmahanta,
> Just about the most inevitable thing we have in our
> life is the surety of its ending. Death is also a
> natural thing as well as the thing that few people
> appreciate will actually happen to them. It often
> seems to me that it is as if people think
> there will always be a tomorrow and that there is
> all the time in the world to stop suffering
> causing actions and to replace them with
> selfless righteous activity. I think that when we
> have recognized our mortality a door opens that
> lets compassion and humility come rushing in.
> I hope you will share more of what your "NO"
> means relative to death's 'natural' and inevitable nature.
> Peace and blessings.
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org,
> > <no_reply@> wrote:
> > >
> > > A student asked Nasrudin:
> > > "What is the secret of your serenity?"
> > > The Mullah answered:
> > > "Wholehearted cooperation with the inevitable."
> > >
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