Monday, August 31, 2009

Some Random Late-August Son Rivers Tweets

In whatever name and form the nameless and formless is worshipped, therein lies the path of its realization. (...)

(...) Realizing one’s truth as the truth of that reality, and merging into it, is true realization. ~Ramana Maharshi

It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. ~Sri Shakespeare

Guru: One who will preach reality he knows to be true to people he knows to be illusions.

Stop trying to live up to the expectations of your mind; they're all science fiction.

I was fine listening to Teddy's burial until the last moment when the grandchildren spoke. Kids are so close to reality it hurts sometimes.

There's nothing between you and the ultimate truth except whatever you choose to think there is, and that isn't either.

Keep on unlearning..... _/|\_

The human experience is binary: Beatles or Rolling Stones; Lennon or MacCarney; Yoko or no Ono; and so on and so on.

The greatest achievement of Western Civilization is indoor plumbing.

Besides Moby Dick and Will's works, the greatest Western work of fiction is science.

Sri Sri Harry: You've got to ask yourself one question: Who feels lucky? Well, who are ya, punk?

A happy person is like a well-fed person. Wait until tomorrow.

Sadness is a by-product of a thought; depression is a by-product of a thought equipped with a train, train schedule, and well-worn tracks.

All the knowledge in the world won’t mean a single thing if you don’t know first and foremost who you are.

If God is formless, then is it not wrong to worship Him in an idol? Ramana replied, “Let God alone: tell me if you have a form or not.” ~WHO

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