All interpretation, all psychology, all attempts to makes things comprehenisble, require the medium of theories, mythologies and lies; and a self-respecting author should not omit, at the close of an exposition, to dissipate these lies so far as may be in his power. 44 more words
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The thing about growing older is that you become acutely, sometimes painfully, aware of life’s ever changing character. An impermanence pervades all things. Buddhism invokes the flow of a river where nothing is ever static and all in nature must follow the laws of flow and transformation. 985 more words
Surrender yourself to the stream, belong to the unity of all things.
In Siddhartha, Hermann Hesse writes:
“They all became part of the river. It was the goal of all of them, yearning, desiring, suffering; and the river’s voice was full of longing, full of smarting woe, full of insatiable desire. 471 more words