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Can we admit that and still do our best with what we have? Excerpted from article here. Seed questions for reflection: What does "dropping out like the Buddha" mean to you? Can you share a personal experience of a time you dropped out of extremes to find your peace?

What helps you cultivate balance? From this book's perspective Mary was crucial to Jesus' development, insight, blossoming. This perspective resonates with me in a deep way, as yet another truth forgotten concealed? Thank you so much for pointing out the crucial role of the 'milk maiden' in the Buddha's journey. Neither Mary nor Buddha's unnamed 'nurse,' are given proper credit. I think we have to be clear that "dropping out" in these terms is actually applying strong effort to move in an alternate direction, a direction that would infer an alternative approach to the one we are habitually take.

We can "drop out" anytime we are approached with adverse conditions even as mental thoughts and feelings approach and see out habitual fears, anxiety, stress, and anger arise. We can "drop out" by stopping instead of reacting and coming back to our breath, a neutral and therefor calming element. We have to become very aware in order to do this and be clear how the current conditions are affecting out body and mind.

From this clarity, this understanding, this discernment, and this awareness we then have an option because we are aware and not caught. We can now disengage in whatever way we can in order to come back to our immediate needs and begin the process of balancing ourselves. Far from "dropping out" however, this is actively engaging and looking adversity and suffering right in the "eye".

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Standing up, not backing down, being strong and not turning your back in fear or habitual reactivity. The most dangerous man is the one with no self doubt. WIth a little bit of material prosperity in one hand, and enough of a feel of dharma in the other, such a man declares that which he doesn't understand to be either irrelevant, non-existent, or colored wholly with the shade of his own wrong view. The result is to re-injure the world in the ways one is broken because of the inability to confront the blind spot that self-doubt points toward.

How to wake up such a man before his actions drive past the point of oblivion? This kind of man is a metaphor for a slightly awakened western civilization as well, possessing prosperity and a little bit of understanding of the subtle, while unconsciously destroying everying it does not understand. Hi - wonderful sharing, thank you. An impulse we feel very strongly about and want to act on can be unwise action.

Droppingout like the Buddha means going deeper - afterall he shared and so is present with us today, plus years later. The only Way to save the world is from the inside out. Start by saving your self for most of us that in itself is a life's time of work , then work your Way outwards toward your family, then your friends, relatives, neighbors, co-workers Matthew tells me that I cannot serve two Masters. From this, Isaiah hits the homerun for peace and balance. Isaiah 40 says it all! To make straight my personal highway to God Who is Peace I try to keep Him the center of my attention.

Going from extremely Catholic to extremely Christian When my husband and I were were in the dating phase of our relationship. My focus was on him. When my husband and I married 34 years ago, my focus was on him. As a lover of God, my focus is on Him. Any distractions are meant to be cut away. Middle path provides a transcendental perspective and vision.

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Either or is a dualistic perspective causing split, divisiveness, imbalance, separateness and disharmony. These are the ingredients of pain, suffering and destruction. The perspective which mindfully relates to opposite perspectives opens an avenue of inclusiveness and connectedness. Sadly, such a view excludes others like me who have a different spiritual orientation. It is my position that Truth is one which is realized and expressed in different ways by different people.

Dalai Lama calls it "secular spirituality". This is the middle way, a way to create universal harmony.

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May we relate to others who are different from us with mindfulness, open -mindedness and open- heartedness! Martin Luther King advocated nonviolence.