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#3943 - Monday, July 5, 2010 - Editor: Gloria Lee

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You see people suffer and you seek the
best way of helping them. The answer is
obvious - first put yourself beyond the
need of help. Be sure your attitude is of
pure goodwill, free of expectation of any
kind.Those who seek mere happiness may end
up in sublime indifference, while love
will never rest. As to method, there is only

love - you must come to know yourself - both

what you appear to be and what you are. Clarity
and charity go together - each needs and
strengthens the other.
 

~ Nisargadatta Maharaj  

 

Today, more than ever before, life must be characterized by a sense of

Universal responsibility, not only nation to nation and human to human,

but also human to other forms of life.
~ Dalai Lama      

photo from "Ashes and Snow"    

Your love of the world is the reflection of your love of yourself, for your world is of your own creation. Light and love are impersonal,

but they are reflected in your mind as knowing and wishing oneself well. We are always friendly toward ourselves, but not always wise.

A yogi is a man whose goodwill is allied to wisdom.  

~ Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj      

We can be aware of our Source of Being. The illusions of the mind may hold our love for a time, but to love Love itself, we must turn within.

The soul's longing for its true Home is the guide to finding this Love. Follow the lover of the Beloved back upstream to your Source.  

~ St. John of the Cross    

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"The secrets of the truth won't be revealed through

asking too many questions. From all this talk,

no one finds the way to ecstasy."  

~ Rumi    

 

"We're fascinated by the words, but where we meet

is in the silence behind them."  

~ Ram Dass    

 

"Be quiet in your mind, quiet in your senses,

and also quiet in your body.

Then, when all these are quiet, don't do anything.

In that state truth will reveal itself to you."  

~ Kabir    

 

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