The estimable Nisargadatta Maharaj baldly asserted that ‘I am’ is the only true statement anyone can make. These two words, consciously returned to, work on the mind like a Zamboni on an ice rink, sweeping and smoothing, leaving it mirror-clear and undistorted. Feeling follows.
Man is pure when desireless, simple when fearless.
It’s not what we do that matters most; it’s how we do it. The human being is primary; the human doing is secondary.
Dude, step out of your head. Be the space she’s asking for.
It was said of Socrates that he always wore the same expression.