30 June 2014

Two Hundred and Twenty-Three


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Without one body or another, what attachment could there possibly be to anything?

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The bulk of suffering comes from attempting to hold on to anything.

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Every mind will twist consciousness to its own ends.

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What we together imagine, is what it will be.

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Another daily dose of dittohead froth.

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Your universe is your muse.

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Presume nothing.

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Quantum realization.

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Imagination, the only prison.

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The harvest of hate is a thorny patch.

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Maybe is only slightly less useless than if.

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To wander, or not to wander, that is the question.

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The theater calls you to center stage in an infinity of guises.

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We all quite often learn at each other’s expense, and often at our own, as well.

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Facts need not be translated as romantic or ethereal notions.