What the Chinese are doing.
I think not.
Filed under Buddhism
Tagged as #pulpbuddhism
the illusion of control
technology has caused more social problems to escalate in direct proportion to the effort to control them
the eradication of smallpox, for example, gave rise to bigger better mutations in a natural order disrupted
the creative mind cannot bear rigid rules, stale outdated systems
stasis is death, disease a creative way to regain sane and balanced life
sometimes our materialism becomes so heavy it topples, leaving us breathlessly aware of our natural creative goodness
the world becomes so sleepy only the catastrophic can shake it alive again
to live without the fear of death, of change, losing control
there is no control, there is only the sanctuary of heart
not the perverted romantic love, boxed in, named and possessed, the sado-machism of the sentimental
the sanctuary of heart, all that really lasts
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