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KNOWING YOUR ONIONS!

Knowing Your Onions! ‘Knowing your onions’ is to be knowledgeable about a subject, being intelligent and well informed – knowing a subject inside out. A. Some Buddhist traditions talk about the need for building a firm foundation first, to support the golden … Continue reading

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FASCINATION IS LIKE STICKY FLY PAPER

Fascination Is Like Sticky Fly Paper We are seduced – and then stuck! Traditionally, Buddhism talks about how we are fixated on things, which implies a deliberate act. But our world is so seductive, isn’t it? On a relative level, we … Continue reading

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FUTILE DILIGENCE CREATES KARMA

Futile diligence creates karma.   The more we concentrate, the more we can concentrate. The more we can concentrate, the more we can focus. The more we can focus, the more we are aware. The more we are aware, the … Continue reading

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