Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Via Ram Dass / Words of Wisdom - May 23, 2018

In religious study, while there is the opening for healthy skepticism, there is another way which is to open Pandora’s box and let it all in. Figure that whatever is supposed to be useful to you, you will hold, and whatever else will fall away.

You don’t have to keep it all away at arms length for fear you will lose your virginity or something. You don’t have to protect your purity against the holy books. You just open up and let it come in, no matter how weird it all seems.

- Ram Dass -

Via Daily Dharma: The “Middle Way” of Eating

Taking just the right amount of food, as the Buddha discovered, is essential to practicing the middle way of Buddhism.

—John Kain, “Eating Just the Right Amount