“Because of your smile, you make life more beautiful.” – Thich Nhat Hanh
The myth that we only use 10% of our brain, turns out to be true. We spend 90% of our thoughts on useless crap, worry, etc., so 10% is the net result. If we become mindful, and clean out our minds, then we can truly use its full capacity, and be much more intelligent.… Continue reading We only use 10% of our brain
“The false self lives a false life—the true Self lives a true life—the difference is monumental!” http://www.aaravindha.com/enlightenment-self-realization-and-spiritual-awakening/
Prayer is when people take time to intentionally speak from the heart. It’s a form of meditation, but meditation works better without the talking. An enlightened person will always speak from the heart, therefore praying without ceasing.
A flower was once a seed, but now it is a flower.
Know thyself, then you will understand how to know others. This transforms relationships, bringing everyone to enlightenment. — D. Thoreau Wilbanks
My realization at this week’s Sangha, is that I have ‘grasped’ at my youth. I’ve always said, “I’m the same person I was when I was 18, shouldn’t I be the same now?”. This false view made me crave the things an 18 year old craves. Through Thay’s teaching, I see now that I am… Continue reading My Realization: Youth is Impermanent, but Now is Eternal