As long as we are self-seeking, we can’t be seekers of the self
Aug31

As long as we are self-seeking, we can’t be seekers of the self

Self-seeking people are interested only in themselves – in all situations, they seek their own pleasures, without caring…

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Social activism is the byproduct of spiritual activism, not its purpose
Apr18

Social activism is the byproduct of spiritual activism, not its purpose

Many people nowadays evaluate spirituality in utilitarian terms – they value it only for its tangible social benefits.…

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The more we are responsible for others, the more we need to be responsible for ourselves
Apr10

The more we are responsible for others, the more we need to be responsible for ourselves

Suppose a surgeon is agitated, distracted or exhausted while doing surgery – a small wrong cut can be disastrous. Their…

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Are we like doctors who give medicines to everyone except themselves?

Doctors going to epidemic-struck areas are extremely careful to vaccinate themselves from the disease they intend to …

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