“Just Consciousness” is like a calm morning –
with unexpected blue skies.
From The Literary Supplement of today’s City Paper, this quote from a review:
“In his latest book, ‘The Addictive Nature of Modern Life,’ the author talks about stuff.”
(Well, hey folks, that’s how it’s supposed to be around here.)
There is no shame in “Being Alive” – but there is in just “Being Alive.”
Assuming his sage like position, the intellect guru told his young followers:
“The mind is capable of two types of thoughts; thought that is incorrect, and thought that is really incorrect.”
You should never totally dismiss another man’s transcendent path, for even if he doesn’t understand what he is doing, therein still lies a trick you can somehow use.