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Yujiro Seki Apr 11
“Happiness will be fleeting if you constantly search for it in places that can be taken away. It's an inside job.”  ― Nikki Rowe
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No Context Buddha 6h
"All beings in the world, all bodies must break up: Even the Teacher, peerless in the human world, the mighty Lord and perfect Buddha has passed away." DN16
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Yujiro Seki Apr 13
“Dwelling on the past is like dragging a boat over dry land.”  ― Sheila Burke
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BuddhaLife Apr 16
Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.
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Instant Dharma 9h
"Whatever you are seeking, all becomes suffering. It is better to have nothing further to seek." — Zen proverb | | via @ QuietMountain
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Tsem Tulku Rinpoche Apr 14
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Ganesha Life 5h
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Secret Hippie 23m
Meditating Buddha Design. Click the link to see this design on things like clothing, mugs, device cases, stickers, posters, and notebooks.
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David Beardsley 4h
nice to finish an early job, get home and nap, then chill today. It's tough to find more than a few minutes to meditate early in the morning when I have to get out the door. Catch up in pm.
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Drew Turner Apr 17
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A Lump of Foam ☸️ Apr 17
"I don't want you to make me out a saint. It's not sacrifice to give up everything for the sake of doing exactly what you want to do." Ñānavīra Thera
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HeavenlyStrike 16h
According to , our past heavily influences our present. Furthermore, what an individual does in the present moment influences his or her future, in this life or the next.
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BuddhaLife Apr 11
Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.
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WT Liang Apr 18
My impermanent body is a borrowed item to use for reaching higher consciousness. Don't use the body for intoxicants, gambling, attachment to sensory pleasures and so on. Nothing lasts and we should use our body for higher purposes before we lose it. ~
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Ganesha Life Apr 17
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Instant Dharma 8h
"No seed ever sees the flower." — Zen proverb | | via @ ZenProverbs
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Instant Dharma Apr 17
"There's no difference between what is seen and the mind that sees it." — Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche | | via @ QuietMountain
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Bonsai Creek Apr 15
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David Shorb 10h
One if the best things I have learned with is that nothing is permanent and that attachment to things is harmful. Being able to let go is freeing and healthy.
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Ray Davis 12h
has a prominent place in Hawaiian history because of Japanese and Chinese worker immigration in late 1800s.
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