Money and Your Level

If you work for money, you are below money. If you are above money, you work for something more important than money. See more at Quotes and Words from Sung

Beliefs and Your Level

If you are confined in beliefs, you are under beliefs. If you are liberated from beliefs, you are above beliefs. See more at Quotes and Words from Sung

When Reading

You know the information, not the actual event. You know the information, not the reality.   See more at Quotes and Words from Sung

Believing

Believing means you do not know. When you know, you do not need to believe. See more at Quotes and Words from Sung

Believing and Knowing

After reading a book telling the earth is formed four billion years ago, accepting the words to be true is believing. Realizing that you are believing is knowing. Realizing that you do not know whether the event stated in the book actually happened or not four billion years ago is also knowing. See more at … Continue reading Believing and Knowing

The Darkest Place in the World

It is open but remains dark as if no rays of sunlight can reach. It is so near to you but you do not see. It is always with you but forgotten. That is your mind. See more at Quotes and Words from Sung

Both Problems and Solutions

We are part of both problems and solutions, not either.   See more at Quotes and Words from Sung

Mind and the World

What we put in our stomachs affect our bodies. What we put in our minds affect our world. What we put in our minds melt glaciers, burn mountains, bring storms, bring drought and make living things ill. What we put in our minds can destroy our world and also heal the world.   See more … Continue reading Mind and the World

Wisdom about Misery

Eliminating the cause of your misery is wisdom. Eliminating only the symptom, your misery, while leaving the cause is unwisdom. Not knowing the cause of your misery is ignorance.   See more at Quotes and Words from Sung

Wisdom about Learning from Misery

Learn from others’ misery is wisdom. Not learning from your repeated misery is unwisdom. Not knowing what to learn from your misery is ignorance.   See more at Quotes and Words from Sung