Daily Quote Archives

May 2022
  1. May 01 Meditation is wandering away from this world; one has to be a total outsider.
  2. May 02 In spite of your emphatic denial of the need of a guru, are you not yourself a guru?
  3. May 03 Every argument and gesture is the continuity of despair, sorrow and confusion. There is no end to it.
  4. May 04 This is what we mean when we speak of awareness.
  5. May 05 Greatness is to be unknown, inwardly and outwardly to be as nothing;
  6. May 06 Every thought, every feeling, every action is conforming, conditioned, influenced.
  7. May 07 Intelligence does not offer shelter from the struggles and turmoils of life, nor does it give comfort; it only creates understanding.
  8. May 08 Is silence to be cultivated, carefully nurtured and strengthened? And who is the cultivator? Is he different from the totality of your being?
  9. May 09 One takes comfort, security, in any form of illusion. And man apparently needs many illusions.
  10. May 10 Reason must exhaust itself, not by retreating, but through integral comprehension and love of life.
  11. May 11 Can one live without conflict?
  12. May 12 Is death merely the ending of the physical organism?
  13. May 13 Awareness is the complete and unconditional surrender to what is, without rationalization, without the division of the observer and the observed.
  14. May 14 We need tremendous energy to bring about a psychological change in ourselves as human beings, because we have lived far too long in a world of make-belief, in a world of brutality, violence, despair, anxiety.
  15. May 15 Just see what is implied in becoming something. That is enough.
  16. May 16 Meditation implies a mind that is so astonishingly clear that every form of self-deception comes to an end.
  17. May 17 That which is real will be known when the various forms of illusions have ceased.
  18. May 18 With the cessation of distinction, there will be no talk of tolerance.
  19. May 19 The worship of authority, whether in big or little things, is evil, the more so in religious matters.
  20. May 20 If you had only one hour to live, what would you do?
  21. May 21 What I am saying is not in any way philosophical, nor is it Western or Oriental thought expressed to suit modern minds;
  22. May 22 There is a vast difference, then, between the mental examination of a fact and the understanding of that fact.
  23. May 23 To be non-greedy and not to be generous are closely related. Both are a self-enclosing process, a negative form of self-centredness.