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Ruling Your World

Ancient Strategies For Modern Life

By: Sakyong Mipham

 

“Moving through our life with the steady vigilance of a tiger, we no longer feel the need to prove ourselves, because finding peace in life we know the truth of our own peace.”

(page 79)

 

Hermit Poet’s Comments: Contentment is worth all the money in the world. What is contentment? I say it is being happy in your own skin and thankful for what you have. When we are young and full of piss and vinegar, ego and something to prove, gives many a good kick in the ass. However, there is a difference between wanting to accomplish things and just chasing and puffing up the ego.

 

 

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