Posted by: Upāsaka | 06/13/2014

Never Enough

It is as if I just do not learn and, as a result, am constantly shocked when the things of the world don’t go my way. Yes. This is why we practice but it never feels any less shocking to see the myriad ways dukkha manifests. So, once one crisis has been averted and I feel I have learned how to live on the edge of the abyss over which our lives are constantly suspended I forget. And it all seems to begin anew.

Only clear seeing through the eyes of wisdom seems to me to be able to provide a true release from bondage. But, where do they sell those?

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