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Bodhi is not a tree the clear mirror has no stand from the beginning there is not a single thing in what place can there be dust?
Just yesterday morning, you let me know you were gone… The universe is in dynamic dance and we, as elements arising from the universe, come to the surface like sea foam and then are reabsorbed into the whole at the … Continue reading
Someone said to me the other day, you don’t have a typical approach to ideology. You seem to contradict yourself: on the one hand, you are egalitarian; on the other, you’re an elitist, in the sense that you think … Continue reading