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9789353577209 60b9ff130b651d3c1d6e9e47 The Big Questions of Life https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba4d752b90ad75c7931dc2/9789353577209.jpg Pain is inevitable; suffering is optional. Loss is unavoidable; grief isn't. Death is certain. And life? Well life isn't certain. Its uncertainty unpredictability even its irrationality make it what it is.Often we run blindly into fire we step on snakes we get entangled in snares -- these are the fires of desire the snakes of attachment and the snares of jealousy and covetousness. If we are bitten burnt and hurt we call it suffering and believe it to be the way of life when in fact we are mistaking our pain for our suffering. We have little control over the former but the latter is almost entirely in our hands. We can take things in our stride or be tossed on the tide. All it takes is to be able to open our eyes. This choice we must remember is ours; always.Om Swami's new book marks the way to enlightenment through mindful thinking. 9789353577209
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  • ISBN: 9789353577209
  • Author: Swami Om
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 200
  • Format: Paperback
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Pain is inevitable; suffering is optional. Loss is unavoidable; grief isn't. Death is certain. And life? Well life isn't certain. Its uncertainty unpredictability even its irrationality make it what it is.Often we run blindly into fire we step on snakes we get entangled in snares -- these are the fires of desire the snakes of attachment and the snares of jealousy and covetousness. If we are bitten burnt and hurt we call it suffering and believe it to be the way of life when in fact we are mistaking our pain for our suffering. We have little control over the former but the latter is almost entirely in our hands. We can take things in our stride or be tossed on the tide. All it takes is to be able to open our eyes. This choice we must remember is ours; always.Om Swami's new book marks the way to enlightenment through mindful thinking.

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