From our caring comes the courage to do what we know needs done.
Truthful words cannot always be beautiful.
Beautiful words may not always be truthful.
Good words are never used to persuade,
And persuasive words are seldom good.
Which means I guess, you should closely question everything I’ve just said.
If I were still teaching, I would have only three things left to teach;
1) live simply, freely sharing all of yourself and you have:
2) focus on building your calm patience and understanding:
3)share your respect, love, love and compassion with all you are blessed to meet. These three are the greatest treasures you can ever work to have.
Reach out and help someone else begin to find them.
Those that have reached an understanding of truth don’t hoard, for they realize that the more they freely help others, the more they benefit themselves. The more they give freely to others, the more they receive themselves. The upright path singles out no-one as better or more deserving, just as it never does anyone harm. Living this way allows you to have peace and joy, wrapped in the Way of the love, all without any need to compete.
“Manifest plainness, embrace simplicity, reduce selfishness, have few desires.”
I do not concern myself with gods and spirits, whether good or evil nor, do I serve any. Better for me if I instead listen to the voice of creation found within us all.
I don’t believe Nature can be called ‘human hearted,’ for nature simply loves and cares for all equally.
The more you believe you know, the less you truly understand.
“Water is fluid, soft, and yielding. But water will wear away rock, which is rigid and cannot yield. As a rule, whatever is fluid, soft, and yielding will overcome whatever is rigid and hard. This is another paradox: what is soft is strong.