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Absence of conflict creating intents is itself Moksh (Ultimate Liberation).
If one’s mind becomes conflict-free, that is ‘moksha’; conflict filled mind, that is worldly life.
Suicide is nothing, but an act of depriving the soul from it's very right to liberation.
The whole worldly life is of the non-Self complex (pudgal). But to have attachment-abhorrence in that non-Self complex, is called karmic bondage, and not to have attachment-abhorrence in that non-Self complex, is called liberation.
Never before in history has such a sweeping fervor for freedom expressed itself in great mass movements which are driving down the bastions of empire. This wind of change blowing through Africa, as I have said before, is no ordinary wind. It is a raging hurricane against which the old order cannot stand [...] The great millions of Africa, and of Asia, have grown impatient of being hewers of wood and drawers of water, and are rebelling against the false belief that providence created some to be menials of others. Hence the twentieth century has become the century of colonial emancipation, the century of continuing revolution which must finally witness the total liberation of Africa from colonial rule and imperialist exploitation.
Even Story Time was political. Miss Mumbi infused each fairytale with Kenyan flavour. She illustrated these remixes on the blackboard. 'Rapunzel' became 'Rehema,' a fly gabar imprisoned in Fort Jesus. Rehema had an Afro that grew and grew. Her Afro grew bigger than her body and she looked bomb. The Afro became so strong that it burst through the ceiling of the fort. It exploded into the sky and reached the stars. The Afro wrapped itself around the moon and pulled Rehema out of the fort.
How I would enjoy being told the novel is dead. How liberating to work in the margins, outside a central perception. You are the ghoul of literature.
It’s not enough to say it; you would need to take it out of your mouth, you would need to become it. You would need to become what you were born to be. In actuality, or in each reality, underneath it all—I mean, behind it—the answer lies in
One's ‘life’ is ‘fractured’; he does not even know what he is living for. What is the essence of the human life? It is that one can attain whatever life form one wants, or he can attain ultimate liberation (moksha) if he wants moksha.
What do people say? They say count every karma and destroy them. When can that be ever accomplished? It is ‘our’ scientific discovery that you should make the ‘main’ thing support-less (niradhar). Then everything else will automatically fall away.
The woman who is liberated must never cross the line in which we ask men to examine their actions; we are a country built on the ideas, ingenuity, canniness, and downright brutality of man—to question their motives is to question our existence.
To have a story of liberation can only those who are aware of their captivity.
Ogwo David Emenike
To let go is the most liberating of all acts.
Kierra C. T. Banks
It took me 30 years to realize that being fearless doesn't mean not being afraid, but remaining steadfast despite it.
Merit karma (punya) is fruit of action, demerit karma (paap) is also a fruit of action too, and moksha (ultimate liberation) is the fruit of becoming still (becoming a non-doer).
The Gospel is not reformation, decoration or renovation. It is liberation.
For true liberation, you do not need to fight. You simply have to change your thoughts and drift away from conformity, comfort, security, and certainty of life and embrace and enjoy the possibilities and magnificence of the uncertainty of life.
Le fait est que, de renoncement en renoncement, Anne se sent depuis quelques temps devenir de plus en plus riche. C'est comme si chacun des espoirs, auxquels naguère elle se cramponnait, avait été une espèce d'amarre , la fixant et l'entravant; et, à chaque amarre rompue, ou bien lâchée, quelque chose en elle bascule, dérive, retrouve un meilleur équilibre. (p217)
Do not be stuck in the bushes, if you want to attain moksha. If your clothing gets stuck in it, let it tear, but you tug on it and move on. Continue to move on, even if it comes off completely.
Humility [vinaya] means special conduct [vishesh naya]. All the worldly conduct are for worldly life and special conduct [vishesh naya] is what takes one to moksha. Humility is the only thing that can take one to moksha.
There is no pain (physical & mental) where there is liberation (moksha) and where there is pain (physical & mental), there is no liberation. Physical exertion is obstinacy.
... geleneksel anlamda planlanmış bir süreç yoktur, daha önce alınmış derslere dayanan derin bir samimiyete dayalı bir kendiliğindenlik mevcuttur.
As long as there is (worldly) selfish interest, there is no unity. Unity is attained with the ultimate intent of the Self [the intent of attaining self-realization, liberation].
I see the effects of sexual and gender liberation all around me, just like you do, but I don't have a sense of being in the majority.
Animal rights are not a gift we give to animals. They are a birthright we have taken from them.
No commandment surpasses the one concerning the liberation of hostages, for they are among the starving, the thirsting, the stripped, always in danger of death.
The essence of one life is empowering another life, and so your passion has to be linked to the liberation of other people’s happiness.
That liberating moment, so profound, when you realize that nothing you think or say makes any difference at all.
Understanding always makes one contented [absorbed]. At the last degree of contentment, there is Moksha [Liberation]. Intellect causes one to overflow and understanding causes one to become contented.
Just after the war, the liberation of 1945, [Albert] Camus was well known, well loved by [Jean-Paul ] Sartre and all the intellectuals of that generation.
Worldly interaction without anger-pride-deceit-greed is pure worldly interactions and the attentive awareness (laksh) of One's own real form as the Self is Nischay! With it, there is liberation!
Like it or not, liberation for women will be achieved only with the full co-operation of men.
A guru helps one traverse worldly life. The Gnani gives liberation. The Gnani has himself become the real form as the Self (Atmaswaroop) despite having a physical body.
The fabric of human life is woven with relationships. Once we thematize the importance of dialogue, the multiplicity of ongoing and created situations in which dialogical skills can be nurtured abound. As we have seen, this requires us to slow down and turn toward each other, having a clear sense of the relationship between our current footing in dialogue with one another and the future we are trying to create. The nurture of dialogical capacities is essential to human liberation.
Asa Don Brown
Reading is a source of liberation. Children who are taught to read early on, are commonly taught to communicate in other significant verbal and nonverbal ways.
What is it that doesn’t allow you to go to moksha? Obstinacy!
To liberate yourself from your own self-judgment is to liberate others from it as well. To love yourself is an act of love for the world.
As long as there is the egoism of ‘I-ness’ (hoonpanu) and the partiality towards ‘my-ness’ (marapanu), how can there be liberation till then?
The liberation of Iraq is a crucial advance in the campaign against terror
Some find freedom in comfort others find comfort in freedom
Eternal love’ (sanatan sneha) is indeed moksha [ultimate liberation].
If one wants to go to moksha, he will indeed have to become (completely) free from sex [nirvishayi].
Without contented chit (internal component of knowledge and vision), liberation cannot be attained.
What do the vitarags [the enlightened one] say? This world will keep on running, You do not interfere with anything in it. If you want to attain ultimate liberation (moksha) then you will have maintain a state of vitaragta (state free of attachment).
One should learn to know one’s own Self. And if one does not know that, then he should know dharmadhyan (auspicious contemplation, to not hurt anyone, to give happiness to others). If one does not know dharmadhyan, then he lost his human birth again. And one will not attain Moksha (liberation) if one does not know ‘that’ (i.e. to know one’s Self).
Man has obeyed commands of the Mother, the Father, the Guru; but he has not obeyed the commands of ‘God’ (Bhagwan). Had he obeyed ‘God’s’ commands, his work (for liberation) would have been accomplished. Alas! He will follow his boss’s commands and even his wife’s commands!
When someone is cruel, harsh, mean, to not take their words personally is one thing, but to hear the silent cry within those words is another. This sort of perspective can not only liberate us from crippling self-doubt in the face of criticism, it can also liberate us from automatically becoming blind participants in the interaction patterns that the cruel person has become accustomed to—a favour we do for the other person as much as for ourselves.
No other drug can compete with cannabis for its ability to satisfy the innate yearnings for Archaic boundary dissolution and yet leave intact the structures of ordinary society. If every alcoholic were a pothead, if every crack user were a pothead, if every smoker smoked only cannabis, the social consequences of the ‘drug problem’ would be transformed. Yet, as a society we are not ready to discuss the possibility of self-managed addictions and the possibility of intelligently choosing the plants we ally ourselves to. In time, and perhaps out of desperation, this will come.
To create a story is to liberate the mind.
But the whole point of liberation is that you get out. Restructure your life. Act by yourself.