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  • Toni Bernhard

    I just read an interview with U Tejaniya in which he honestly and candidly discusses his bouts with depression. He's doing better ever since he stopped rejecting the feeling and began to investigate it with friendliness and acceptance.

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    #inspiration #recovery

  • Noisy Quiet

    >> This is tough for me. Definitely do-able in specific instances, but overall.... I try to create. To create peace in my life, for example. I think action is required at times. What a dull life if everyone sat around being aware, and doing nothing. I think that's a goal for some, and it may be good in a world where others are "doing" and providing entertainment. But if EVERYONE just sat and was "aware..." and didn't try to create anything... ever? Dunno. Not right IMO.

  • Toni Bernhard

    Burmese monk and teacher U Tejaniya as quoted in "How to Wake Up"

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