Involvement

Thank you Herry Lawford for the image.

“Freedom from
the sense of personal doership
means loss of freedom for the ego.”

Ramesh S. Balsekar,
Who cares, page 53

“In the Bhagavad Gita it says that likes and dislikes arise when the senses come in contact with their respective objects, and that you should not get involved in the arising of the likes and dislikes.

That is the problem. The involvement is the problem, not the arising of the likes and dislikes. The arising of the likes and dislikes is a natural thing — getting involved with them is the problem.”

RAMESH S. BALSEKAR, WHO CARES, PAGE 43

“… all actions are the impersonal functioning of Consciousness.”

RAMESH S. BALSEKAR, WHO CARES, PAGE 49

Holger

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  1. Thank you for all this food for the soul, Holger.

    I know you’re working on your website.
    A suggestion, maybe the font of the letters could a little darker. It is a little hard for me to read them because the small letters are light grey against the white background. The font of these letters I am writing right now is darker which makes them easier to read. But who knows how complicated is this to change, if it needs changing at all??? Just a suggestion for tires eyes..😂☺️

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