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A Guide To Life's Turning Points, by Brian Browne-Walker

FaceBook  On Oct 21, 2013 Viren Shah wrote:

Total control or freedom creates imbalance. Only due moderation can keep one balanced. To exercise moderation, one should have wisdom. 


Processing Anger With An Open Heart, by John Robbins and Ann Mortifee

FaceBook  On Feb 19, 2013 Viren Shah wrote:
Some comments and observation:

1. Anger is kind of mental suffering, which is optional and one's choice.

2. To become angry on someone, we have to produce anger in ourselves.

3. When one is angry for whatever reason, the burst of negative energy can be chandelled into positive path.

4. Anger gets reduced to the extent, one reconciles with situation, people etc..

5.  The fire of anger not only burns oneself but also others. This fire continues even the situation or person has left the scene.

6.When one is angry on oneself, then it is one of worst kind of suffering.

7. Anger starts igniting, depending upon what is the meaning of his life. The greater the meaning of life, there will be lesser or no anger.

Viren Shan - Mumbai

A Walk in the Rain, by Jeff Foster

FaceBook  On Jul 10, 2012 Viren Shah wrote:
 This will be the case, when all our senses stops functioning and our memory / thought stops influencing, in other words when we suspend our 'I',  to have experience of profound. But unfortunately this experience can not be described in detail due to suspension of senses and memories in this state and will remain like a dream.