Mar 17, 2009 10:19 AM
by Bill Meredith
"Discussing God is not the best use of our energy. If we touch the Holy Spirit, we touch God not as a concept but as a living reality. In Buddhism, we never talk about nirvana, because nirvana means the extinction of all notions, concepts, and speech. We practice by touching mindfulness in ourselves through sitting meditation, walking meditation, mindful eating, and so on. (...) Living mindfully, shining the light of our awareness on everything we do, we touch the Buddha, and our mindfulness grows."
LIVING BUDDHA, LIVING CHRIST; Thich Nhat Hanh; Berkley Publishing Group, 2007; pp21-22
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