Whenever consciousness looks at something, the image or pattern of that something is what the mind becomes.
One can, if one is wise, perceive deeper than what mere separative patterns entail; then there is a most beautiful wholeness.
Forgiveness is great, but there are some callous situations where forgiveness would neither be intelligent nor wise.
Merely sticking to one’s family is only OK if you realize that all living creatures are your family.
It may be that sometimes viruses are nature’s way of curbing overpopulation; this has happened many times in the past.
She had a most beautiful, kind mind, and how she looked on the outside didn’t matter a whole lot.
You can lead a mule to water but you can’t make him enlightened.
A wise mind of perpetuity exists beyond any real, substantial ending.