Cambridge Buddhist Centre

Our thought for the day

Most of us avoid the real purpose of life, because it is always in our nature to anticipate; we dream of something else, something more. The dream arises from habitual discontent. So we roam about, motivated by the unconscious and fixed idea that we dislike ourselves as we are and that we must be better. In fact, there is not such thing as ‘better’.
Trevor Leggett (The Old Zen Master)

3rd May 2016

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