The Beginner's Guide to LivingBook - 2010
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If life could be explained in one sentence, it would contain no words. (p.132)
If I were to stop breathing now, because that's all it takes, isn't it, the stopping of breath? One lifetime extinguished. So fragile. If I were to stop, my body would drop to the floor, and I'd still seem the same for a while, as if asleep. I can imagine it if I concentrate, and visualize my body slumped on the floor, as if every part of me has been waiting all this time to become a part of something else, to remember what it once was. (p.121)
'Why are we so afraid of dying, when we're losing bits of ourselves all the time.' -Will 'Maybe it's because it's only when we lose something suddenly that we notice,' she says. 'We don't see the small deaths. Though, I believe some part of you never dies.' -Taryn (p.97)
Modern society seems to me a celebration of all the things that lead away from the truth - Rinpoche (p.92)
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