When my tutor assisted me in choosing my courses, he advised me to take up philosophy because of my inquisitiveness. He said, “philosophy will tell you what man lives for”.
When there is a particle of dust in your eye, the world becomes a narrow path – have your mind completely free from objects – and how much this life expands.
When a man seeks your advice he generally wants your praise.
What’s amiss I’ll stop to mend, and endure what can’t be mended.
What you habitually think largely determines what you will ultimately become.
When you are in the now, you can’t be anxious, because the excitement flows immediately into ongoing spontaneous activity.