Category Archives: Quotes

This page is for quotes that you think are relevant. If you can, try to cite both who said the quote and when they said it. However if it is just some thing that you heard on the street or don’t remember where you heard it or don’t remember the exact wording, post it anyway.

Buddha’s Advice On Belief And Scepticism

You have to give Buddha a lot of credit.  This is a guy that in ~400 to 500 BC celebrated the law of conservation of energy as a truth to be internalized and made the basis of philosophy/religion. The notion … Continue reading

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Pledge to Dispel the Misery of the World

With the wish to free all beings I will always go for refuge To the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha Until the attainment of full Enlightenment Enthused by Compassion and Wisdom Today in the Buddha’s presence I generate the Mind of … Continue reading

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Beyond Theology

“When God is dead, man, who was always defined as a creature other than God, begins to feel himself as other than reality – a sentimental irregularity in a dog-eat-dog system that might have been contrived by the Devil, if … Continue reading

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Poetry and Religion

So I was reading reddit.com and a user submitted a photograph of the following religious peom with the title, “Sigh…this was posted on a hallway whiteboard in my office the other day.” “Almighty God, of majesty high walked on this … Continue reading

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Wittgenstein on Philosophy

This post is a response of sorts to Maya: “All Duality is Falsely Imagined.” This comes from Wittgenstein’s The Blue Book which was at first only a manuscript guarded by his students at Cambridge.  It is the most organized of … Continue reading

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Maya – “All Duality Is Falsely Imagined”

This post is in response to Delineation. “Translated into conventional and – let it be repeated – mytho-poetic language, the knowledge of Brahman is represented as the discovery that this world which seemed to be Many is in truth One, … Continue reading

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Listen, Little Man

From a book of the same name by Wilhelm Reich, the “hero” of Century of the Self Part III; the psychoanalyst who showed us a way out of the Freudian embrace of the unconscious consuming mind, inspiration to millions of … Continue reading

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