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Detachment Can Hurt, But Hanging On Smarts Worse

I love my baby toe’s toenail. But I believe we are going to have to depart from each other soon. Parting is such sweet sorrow. AND IT HURTS LIKE A MOTHERCLUCKER. 421 more words

Minimalism

Detachment- out of wisdom or frustration??

“You ask us to detach ourselves. I try, but still feel I am not able to move ahead of this path. When will this happen?” coming from a middle ages man, one could feel his frustrations and the burden of ‘assumed’ responsibility on his shoulders. 217 more words

In the Same Measure

In the measure that a man dies to himself and grows out of himself, in the same measure does God, who is our Life, enter into him.
Johannes Tauler OP (1300–1361)

Quotes

Amor

Ay amor, amor, amor..

Me encanta escribir sobre el amor, me obsesiona la pasión y la idea de compartir y ser uno mismo con una persona. 610 more words

Amor

Weariness to Joy...

“Take off the garment of your sorrow and affliction, O Jerusalem, and put on forever the beauty of the glory from God.” (Baruch 5:1)

These days there seems to be a superabundance of sorrow and affliction. 582 more words

Discipline

Schedule for Week of May 23, 2012

It’s hard to believe the end of May is almost here! This month has flown by.

My classes at McAllister and Morton are starting again this week. 109 more words

Schedule

Contemplations: The reason why this very moment is the best. "Achieving Transcendence out of Transience"

In the past times of my life, I came to a new revelation. I found out that as cliché as it may seem — the core of the lesson is in fact one of the most profoundly exquisite of all lessons that I have encountered in my life. 1,467 more words

Contemplations