Wednesday, August 13, 2008


We can easily be paralyzed by choice, living in our consumerist society.

It seems to me that the best path is to choose quickly, but not to be attached to your decision.  And that's not limited to being willing to change: it is--more importantly--not wasting your time imagining how much better the alternatives may have been.

That's very, very difficult.  It's extremely easy to be disappointed.

One of the benefits of zen, it seems, is an awareness that creates satisfaction.

[thoughts derived from a TED talk]

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