Do not be cruel-hearted, Do not be so stingy! Why not try be humble, Kind and friendly and generous?! It costs nothing to give a “like”, And there is an infinity of likes In your possession to give! You will never run out of “likes”! But you might run out of “friends”! And you surely … Continue reading Give a Bloody “Like”! (the poem).
Concerning Degenerate Behavioural Standards on Social Media I remember when I was still on Facebook, a number of years ago now, I would frequently come across the situation where the author of a post or "status", receives no likes at all although he or she may have many “friends”, and although the post, however much … Continue reading Give a Bloody “Like”! (the essay)
__________________________ Only the present moment and nothing else! Why? Because there is nothing else! And because the future is not as much fearful or promising as we believe. Fear and hope are just bad habits. The future is innocent like all things that do not exist are innocent and pure! And what is it really … Continue reading Bhavanirodha (No Future!)
Those who believe in a consequential afterlife, Will remain patient till death. But those who do not believe in a consequential afterlife, Will rather die than to be patient!
Kamma is not suffering, it is not the suffering itself, but only how suffering comes to be. Kamma is how we come to substantiate our experience and end up suffering thereby. Ultimately there is no suffering, nor happiness - experience itself is empty. But it is through the vast depository of mental habits and tendencies, … Continue reading There is no Suffering!
A discourse on the unfreeness of the "free-will", and the lack of consciousness in the "consciousness"! The expression "free-will" is misleading, because there is no true freedom in the exercise of a spontaneous will. Arising and fading away, by itself, according to external causes and conditions, our will is not our own, does not belong … Continue reading Viññānanirodha
It is in the "imagination", that the mundane human seeks his mundane emancipation! Finally it all comes down to imagination, whether knowingly or unknowingly, self-consciously or unconsciously, intentionally or spontaneously, the mundane human places his ultimate faith in that, not only his own imagination, but also that of others. It is here that the search … Continue reading Imagination is a Prison!
The law of kamma does not explain how or why a good or bad thing happens to you, it only explains how and why you view, feel, and respond to what happens to you as either good or bad, whereas in fact, in truth, in line with Dhamma, it is neither!