Re: A good topic for Annual Meeting?
Jan 28, 1998 09:32 AM
by Thoa Tran
>At 10:17 AM 1/28/98 -0500, you wrote:
>>>May be someone at Wheaton will meditate over this problem and get
>>>some ideas to see how it can be done.
>>I'll try to meditate over this problem very very very seriously and all in
>>a but absolutly perfect Buddhistic way but mind you out of a little experience
>>I learned that this will take ages and ages and ages!
>>I am absolutely convinced that when I come back out of the meditation,
>>the problem is solved out, simply because it doesn't exist anymore - it's
>>so to say the nostalgic way to solve out a problem.
>>What do you think of it?
>Time solves most problems. I agree with you.
Or, as Krisnamurti said, stay in the present, get rid of your memory (as
much as possible). Staying in the present will help you start everything
anew, instead of holding grudges. This will also help you to think of
fresh solutions to old problems.
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