The wise man is a noble soul who is friendly in the midst of his enemies, tranquil among the turbulent, and generous among the grasping. – Buddhism in the Urantia Book
The wise and noble being is gentle and at peace with self. Such a person is naturally giving to those who grasp for that which they think they need. In truth no one needs anything, we are already complete, but alas, such is not the case for our ego driven minds… True nobility is discovering and then moving from our quiet center. This center is not of the mind.
You can observe a lot by just watching. – Yogi Berra
Just sit and observe. What’s being observed? And by who? Experience the answer in your being, don’t use the intellect.
You can either be a host to God, or a hostage to your ego. – Dr. Wayne Dyer
The ego is our thinking mind that constantly self-references. If we stop the self-referencing part, i.e. stop thinking personally, then we can allow a greater power to be us.
Everything is accomplished especially when ‘I’ do nothing. – www.NamasteNow.com
leave the ‘I’ out…
All trouble and suffering is created when the ‘I’ butts in. If we can leave the personal out of all that we do then everything gets done and only genuine happiness is the result.
All suffering stems from the ‘I’ thought. – www.NamasteNow.com
Think of any pain or suffering you’ve experienced. Would all of it mean anything if it wasn’t happening to you? What if it isn’t? What if the very ‘I’ we think we are isn’t quite there? Want to explore this idea further? Write to me at manu[at]namastenow.com…
This world only exists for us when we’re awake. – www.NamasteNow.com
all about us?
Ever think that the world revolves around us? It does. It’s only around when we are. There’s no way to prove that the world has an existence independent of us.