Tag Archives: self-concern

What he’s worth

The true man is non-violent. This means that his level of self-concern is low to non-existent. He functions normally but one vacancy sets him apart: He has no interest in profit and loss.

The origin of suffering

When what I want is at the centre of the picture—when I am selfish—I suffer.

Common to most mental disorders is an excess of I-ness, of self-concern.

Selfishness is a wasting disease. It eats its host.

I am what I think about.

The free man

The free man is unpredictable. (You can depend on that.)

He is not bound—not by tradition, convention, expectation, obligation, rule, belief or any other false necessity.

He lacks self-concern. He does not think about himself. There is, indeed, no self to think of.