Monday, January 29, 2007

I will not let my ego ruin my practice.

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Wow. That was way easier than I remember it from childhood - writing something fifty times on a blackboard is WAY more grueling than typing something once and then hitting paste 49 times.

Still.

YC

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thinking that those 150 personal pronouns used will not help deflate the ego. Non attachment is the way to go...

samasthiti said...

Ruin is a word for cakes and permanent things.

"YC" said...

I will not attach to the fruits of my practice, and if I do, I will forgive myself and try again.

samasthiti said...

What else can you do?
Quit?

"YC" said...

"I quit this mothafucking practice." Nah. Can't do it.

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