This may be my OST.
I don’t really know if this was said by a monk or any other person but I like it. What can we do for the world and for ourselves? Be an example to others.
Hey ‘tumblers’! I just thought I should also post a picture of myself in case you are interested in knowing my biological heritance, so here you have it. (no, I’m not the man with the dog, I’m the guy looking to the camera) ;)
Ask more “Why” and less “What” and you will get more truths and less excuses.
….and somedays I think….
If it is real, it can be imagined.
If it can be imagined, it’s real.
The Universe is no mystery, it is a question.
We, however, and our consciousness (whatever that may be) are most likely the answer.
Sometimes I think that probably I am the whole universe and that all that exists is just there for my own development and “joy”. This seems that is an “easy” way to think but really, I can go further, I say that there is no “you”, no “others”, no “other things”, so, from my perspective “you” do not exist, “you” are just a reflection of me experiencing myself.
In the same way you can say that I do not exist as a separate identity from you. Because the way everybody has consciousness is by themselves, there is no consciousness coming from “others”, you can not be in “others”’ consciousness. So everybody has their own personal “universe” and “we” (me and you reading this and putting yourself in this mind frame) never die, only “others” die. This is the thought I arrived so far.
The more you use words, the less time you have to make actions.