BOOK QUOTES · SPIRITUAL JOURNEY

SPIRITUAL JOURNEY | 13. + WEEKLY QUOTE | 8.

Hello my dear readers, long time no see, right?

First of all I would like to apologise for not posting anything for so long, I did not have my laptop, but now it is back and so am I!

“To straighten the crooked you must first do a harder thing – Straighten youtself.” – THE DHAMMAPADA OF GAUTAMA THE BUDDHA. CA. 500 BC

“One has to learn to look at oneself with closed eyes, to watch silently. And don’t carry any a priori prejudices. Many people have told you, “These are your faults.” Don’t carry those ideas with you, otherwise you will find them – because thought is very inventive. Put aside all that has been said about you. Remember only one thing; unless you know it on your own authority; it has no value, no meaning.”

“It is very difficult to see one’s own faults; only a man who loves himself can see them.”

Wish you all a magnificent Monday πŸ€

With love, N.

You are a masterpiece 🌼

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