"to understand what truth is one must have a very sharp, clear, precise mind; not a cunning mind, not tortured, but a mind that is capable of looking without any distortion, a mind innocent and vulnerable; only such a mind that can see what truth is. Nor can a mind that is filled with knowledge perceive what truth is; only a mind that is completely capable of learning can do that; learning is not the accumulation of knowledge; learning is a movement from moment to moment"
3rd public talk at Brandeis University
I have friends who are Quakers, friends who are Unitarian Universalists, friends who Dialogue in the Bohmian tradition, friends who are Mystics, friends who are Poets, and so many other friends who live lives of wisdom and wonder... this is my account of the meeting with these friends...
Monday, January 12, 2009
- Is Reality subjective or objective?
- Nisargadatta makes me laugh
- The ending of opposites, the ending of debate
- Content and Structure, to the Mystic's way of mean...
- Delivery of the "Sacred No"
- Why do we measure?
- Homeless Tom
- Wanye Dyer made a feature flick
- The Devil and Krishnamurti
- Dont let the door hit you...
- Nazim Hikmet
- On Change and Path
- Contemplation and Action
- The End of "Us and Them"
- It's Right here- it's Right now!
- an important something about storytelling
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