“A state of being is an experience. A description of a state of being is a symbol. Symbols and experience do not follow the same rules.”
The conversation begins like this:
TAGORE: You have been busy, hunting down with mathematics, the two ancient entities, time and space, while I have been lecturing in this country on the eternal world of man, the universe of reality.
“The wise bunny focuses not on that which is lost, but on all that remains.” (From this Twitter page.)
I heard today that Greg Maddux had a “try less” philosophy for when times get hard. Here are two quotes I was able to find related to that philosophy.
Chris Stevens, Northern Exposure - What is it about possessing things?
Adam Gase shares his simple philosophy: “Today”. From this Denver Post article.
Socrates (Soc), whispering in Dan's mind: Where are you?
Soc: What time is it?
Soc: What are you?
Dan: This moment.
(From the movie, Peaceful Warrior.)
If you ever wondered what life was about, here you go. From Leo (Michael Clark Duncan) in The Finder.
"This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness." ~ His Holiness The Dalai Lama