Thursday, June 5, 2008

Lord Buddha's Teachings

Seeing misery in views and opinions, without adopting any, I found
inner peace and freedom.
One who is free does not hold to views or
dispute opinions.
For a sage there is no higher, lower, no places
in which the mind can stick.
But those who grasp after views and
opinions only wander about the world annoying people.

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