Good Question From Email
- XXXX Wrote;
"Desire nothing. Be content with everything."
This is a quote listed on this site and is taught in many books.. if
you have no desires then how can you want to help those
in suffering . And if you are content with everything than how are
you able to realise that suffering is not a good thing?
> XXXX Wrote;taught in many books..
> "Desire nothing. Be content with everything."
> This is a quote listed on your site (Meditation Station), and is
If you have no desires then how can you want to help those
> in suffering . And if you are content with everything than how areI'm hoping others will answer this as they feel the urge to share
> you able to realise that suffering is not a good thing?
their understanding,but for now, I would like to suggest that
this is exactly the kind of question that is worth your
meditating about. This would be a classic Jnana Yoga, the Yoga of
Wisdom, meditation. So, since this came to your mind, I would suggest
continuing thinking about it. I will give you a few "clues", that may
possibly appear in your own mentations.....
Can you really help others if you are caught up in your own (selfish
by nature) desires, and is suffering "not a good thing", or is
it an opportunity to learn (and gain the 2 most important spiritual
aspects - humility and compassion)? I hope this helps.