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Sunday, May 06, 2007






















The crux of man's dilemma lies in the concept
of time. While chasing
his mythical happiness
of the future, man has no time to enjoy the

present moment. And actually there is no such
thing as the present
because by the time one
thinks of it, it has already become the past.

Therefore, what is vital is not thinking about
the present but
actually being the present
moment -- and that is nothing other than

enlightenment.
Ramesh S. Balsekar

1 comment:

Robert Mangan said...

has to one of the colest pictures, wht did you email me in the first place?
the celtic man **