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Nonduality Highlights: Issue #3057, Saturday, January 26, 2007, Editor: Mark



The tragedy of human history is decreasing happiness in the midst of increasing comforts.

- Swami Chinmayananda




Mulla Nasruddin used to carry a door with him wherever he went. When somebody asked him about it, he replied: ''It is just a security measure. Nobody can enter my house except through the door. So I carry the door.''

- posted to SufiMystic




Every time you look into the face of fear, it disappears but if you keep looking to the shadow, it grows and grows.

- Satyananda




You are free once you understand that your bondage is of your own making and you cease forging the chains that bind you.

- Nisargadatta Maharaj




You do not acquire happiness. Your nature is happiness. Bliss is not newly acquired. All that is done is to remove unhappiness.

- Ramana Maharshi




Even a learned man must bow before an illiterate Sage. The illiterate man is simply ignorant; the learned man is learnedly ignorant; the Sage is also ignorant, because there is nothing for him to know.

- Ramana Maharshi




a sage is an imageless mirror
reflecting nothing
when you realize you don't exist
what is left?

- Cee

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