THIS, TOO, WILL PASS

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Introduction
Who Are You?
I, Me, Mine
From Black To White
Learning From Pain
What Is The Question?
Work Not Just For Money
Look Both Ways
Which Romans?
Must We Spell Everything?
Dropping Out
Christianity's Corporate Takeover
Just Ideas?
Some Basic Human Problems
Funeral Ceremonies
Has Religion Failed?
Quantum Leap
What Have We Inherited
Enlightenment Is Near
To Love Someone
Milestones
Body And Mind
Discovery
The Dharma In A Sneeze
Where Do We Stand?
No East, No West
Picture Of Peace

     Our strength, as human beings, lies not so much in our stupendous achievements, but in the acknowledgment and understanding of our weaknesses and mistakes, and our refusal to be reconciled with them, for this is where our strength comes from.

     If asked to tell our life-story without mentioning anyone else, we could say almost nothing, for our lives are made uplike a tapestryof innumerable threads that are 'not-us'; they are not simply 'ours', but in fact, mostly 'not-ours'. Anyoneand anythingwe meet, who crosses our path or impinges upon us in any way, becomes part of our experience, or what we think of as 'our life'. In reality, there is no such thing as 'my life', but an extremely rich and varied composition of so many things. See how it happens: just by reading these words, I am becoming part of your life and, in an equally subtle way, you are becoming part of mine. There is very little about us that is really I.


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