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From a muslim perspective (could fit into mahayana)

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From a muslim perspective (could fit into mahayana)

Postby Lunarious1987 on Sat Nov 05, 2016 7:34 am

We are born ... and if we can't remember what we were thinking the day before, then we are sick. If we don't remember what day it is or know what time it is, then we're sick. If there is no connection between one day and the other, you having to resort to external things (clocks) to connect them, then you are sick.

The path to healing is through inversion, you have to turn the world upside down. Namely, you have to get goodhearted and stupid and become a tool of the Divine. Let him speak to you. Listen to your inner voice.

:buddha:
- Don't be thankful to be righteous. Be righteous to be thankful.
- Shia: "We are the friends/owners of proof, wherever it bends we bend."
- Imam Hussein was once asked: what is affluence? He said : Decreasing your wishes , and being satisfied with what is enough for you.”
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