I read this quote on the MeditationShift blog, and thought it was a nice follow-up (or supplement) to my post on meditating last week:
"Reality is constantly changing; as the Greek philosopher Heraclitus said, you can't step into the same river twice. Success and failure, gain and loss, comfort and discomfort — they all come and go. And you have only limited control over the changes. But you can exert some control over (and ultimately clarify) your chattering, misguided mind, which distorts your perceptions, mightily resists the way things are, and causes you extraordinary stress and suffering in the process."
- Buddhism for Dummies
Read my original post here.
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