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Natural Loose Ends

November 17, 2011

The greater the sanity we achieve, the more we find there are problems. As we become more sharp and more perceptive, therefore we begin to perceive specks of dust much more vividly. In such cases, please don’t panic. It’s the result of the sharpening of our prajna, our intellect. The more we tie up the loose ends, the more loose ends we find everywhere. That is something very natural, that we have to live with.

From “Another Year, Another Zafu,” in The Best of the Vajradhatu Sun, February/March 1980.


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1 Response to Natural Loose Ends

  • Americ Azevedo says:

    "The greater the sanity we achieve, the more we find there are problems." This is such a wise insight! The more I'm here-and-now, the more I see. The more I see, the more "details" come into view. Details including "loose ends". We can even be grateful for seeing more details.

    Posted on November 21, 2011 at 12:13 pm

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