Q: Buddha says "you can only lose what you cling to" can you explain a little more ?


According to the Buddhist point of view, nonattachment is exactly the opposite of separation. You need two things in order to have attachment: the thing you’re attaching to, and the person who’s attaching. In nonattachment, on the other hand, there’s unity. There’s unity because there’s nothing to attach to. If you have unified with the whole universe, there’s nothing outside of you, so the notion of attachment becomes absurd. Who will attach to what?


Forrest Curran

asked by Anonymous
"   The flame that burns twice as bright burns half as long.   "
Lao Tzu
"   Life is a journey. Time is a river. The door is ajar   "
Jim Butcher (via purplebuddhaproject)
"   Be gentle with yourself. You’re doing the best you can.   "
Unknown   (via corvidae-and-crossroads)




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