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  1. Lovely.
    I discarded all I could, left it behind, and entered the void.
    There I left what little remained, adding to the countless things that were contained within the void.
    They were as nothing.
    As a library is nothing, filled only with the remnants of all knowledge, useless to all, but those who read, consider, put down the books, and move on.

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  2. True words of wisdom:
    ...'As a library is nothing, filled only with the remnants of all knowledge, useless to all, but those who read, consider, put down the books, and move on.'
    Admirable thoughts. Thanks The Crow.
    You are a genius.
    God bless.

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  3. A genius? I hope not :)
    Thank you for saying so, but that is not something I value.
    I am too clever for my own good, and that is something I try to address.
    Emptiness is my aim.
    From emptiness comes neutrality.
    The ability to see without bias.
    I may fail, but that is my challenge.
    "Do you think the world is perfect?"
    No. Not until I am able to see that the world is perfect. Neutrality allows this.

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  4. Thanks The Crow.I think having 'desire' to gain emptiness will not do.To achieve that state,we have to be desireless.
    Again why should we pass judgement on the world?
    We should leave this to The Creator of this world.
    Thanks again for sharing your valuable insights.
    God bless.

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  5. Attachment to any view whatever is a prison you eventually have to break out of.

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  6. Yes,you are right Nothingprofound.I totally agree with your words of wisdom.
    Thanks for sharing.

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