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10.6424. Dispassion.   AR AR

 

The first stage of the journey is difficult for you.  The second is easy and sublime.  In the third stage, you attain dispassion and enlightenment.  One who has reached the third stage can run endlessly.

 

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10.6533.   AR AR

Try not to think ahead of time about the bad... and the good.  Dispassion is the first virtue of reason.

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10.7632.   AR AR

Dispassionate is when the dogs bark, and the caravan goes.  The caravan's business is to go, the dogs ' business is to bark.  What does a caravan care about dogs?

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10.9719.   AR AR

You should always be prepared for pain and problems.  Nothing should surprise you.

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10.9746.   AR AR

 

Enlightenment is the realization that there is nothing bad in this world, just as there is nothing good.  All their joys and sorrows man comes up with himself and, therefore, can come up with, and may not come up with... This is the meaning of free will.

 

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10.9767.   AR AR

Once, after running three kilometers, I was so tired that I decided to put up with it and leave the race.  However, after thinking about it, I decided to put up with the pain and fatigue, and continue moving towards the goal.

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10.9981.   AR AR

Desire is intemperance, but unwillingness is also intemperance.  It's basically the same thing.  Restraint is dispassionate.

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10.9991.   AR AR

Dispassion is a source of energy and strength, in the sense that both fear and joy exhaust them.

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10.11097.   AR AR

Dispassionate is when you don't care whether it's heads or tails.  So that you do not fall out, everything will be interesting, and therefore happy.

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10.18324.   AR AR

Smart people avoid the state of elation and euphoria, because it is always followed by a decline in strength.  An overdose of emotions is bad for everything.

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10.20409.   AR AR

I'm good!  – So what if I'm good?" 
I'm bad!  – So what if I'm bad?"

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10.20864.   AR AR

I thought, but the commandment "do not judge»  this applies not only to negative judgments, but also to positive ones.  Those who judge well fall into the sin of pride as well as those who judge poorly.  One should not judge at all, but deal dispassionately with what is.

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10.21097. Stoic.   AR AR

The manly one who is dispassionate.  Cultivate dispassion in yourself through asceticism, self-restraint, fasting in food, avoiding sharp tastes and sources of pleasure.

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10.21728.   AR AR

The one who has understood life is no longer afraid of his own emotions... and does not pray for them.  All these fears and joys, all the fuss.

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10.21755.   AR AR

Hold back the excess of enthusiasm, for it creates fears and unnecessary judgments.  It's all good, but nothing more.

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10.21829. Fire, water, and copper pipes.   AR AR

Don't believe, don't be afraid, don't ask.  Don't trust the fire.  Don't be afraid of water.  Don't ask for copper pipes.  Copper pipes it is necessary to preserve the impartiality and restraint.  Copper pipes are the temptation of pleasure, vanity, power, wealth, lust, etc.

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6.2189.   AR AR

Try to remain indifferent to the circumstances, not getting involved in them. So you will save time and clarity of mind to manage these circumstances.

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5.3071.   AR AR

Your dispassion and peace is the great value of the world, nothing is worth breaking it. Things outside of you do not have to break your centered peace movement to the target.

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3.2060.   AR AR

Serenity is courage that overcomes fear.  Truth is the source of serenity.  Who knew life, he stopped being afraid.

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10.767. Anger and joy are meaningless.   AR AR

Humility is dispassion, slowing down "here" causes acceleration " there."  Acceleration "out there" is causing the slowdown here. 

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10.265.   AR AR

The virtue of dispassion is the fulfillment of the commandment "judge not."

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The beginning of the book


5.88.   AR AR

Aggression can be replaced with firmness and cold indifference. 

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2501. Indifference to fears.   AR AR

A  person  gets  used  to  everything.  I  was  full  of  fears  back  in  the  days,  then  they  got  tired  of  me  and  left  me.  Pleasant  cool  indifference  rejoices  soul  like  a  wind.  Full  of  cold  curiosity,  I  look  at  these  fears  running  around  and  think  which  of  them  will  get  and  destroy  me  first.

There  is  a  kind  of  sports  passion  in  it.  I  neatly  turn  from  their  persistent  attempts  to  bite  or  even  devour  me.  Strictly  checked  movements  resemble  a  dance.  It’s  a  game,  but  who  will  win  it?  This  purely  rhetorical  meaningless  question  makes  me  feel  nothing  but  curiosity.

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3.302.   AR AR

The strength of robots is that they do not suffer from depression, therefore, can dispassionately do the most useless work, so turning a lie into truth.

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3.608.   AR AR

A   black   body   absorbs   all   the   light   falling   on   it   and,   thus,   accumulates   a   maximum   of   energy.   A   black   body   is   a   maximally   cold   and,   consequently,   motionless   body.   Be   calm   and   passionless   if   you   want   to   accumulate   energy.   On   the   contrary,   if   energy   is   to   be   extracted   from   objects,   you   should   warm   them   up   and   make   them   move.

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3921.   AR AR

The  ability  to  stay  calm  in  the  face  of  a  stream  of  insults  without  answering  back...  is  a  very  rare  ability  that  everyone  should  foster. 

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4.862.   AR AR

To   find   happiness,   break   the   chains   of   passions   and   find   impassivity.   The   point   of   Syntalism   is   the   acquisition   of   passivity   and   freedom   from   dependencies.

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4.899.   AR AR

Buddhism   teaches   us   that   the   main   way   to   achieve   happiness   is   to   get   rid   of   wishes.   You   can   get   rid   of   wishes   by   overfilling   them,   though.   The   more   wishes   you   have,   the   weaker   each   of   them   is,   taken   separately.   I   have   a   huge   number   of   wishes   but   they   are   all   as   small   as   the   sand   of   time.   I   will   not   give   up   on   any   of   them   if   it   comes,   yet   I   will   not   run   after   it   or   become   it   slave.   Whether   it   comes   true   or   not,   that   will   not   disturb   my   dispassion.

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4.900.   AR AR

I lied to you about being Maitreya. After all, the one who is the Maitreya, won his desires and reached Nirvana through freedom from passion. Maitreya can only be one who does not wish to be Maitreya. But I'm not as simple as you might think, my mind is cunning and deceitful. My mind is made for lies, made to turn lies into truth. I figured out a way to trick the wishes. I gave freedom to his desires, my desires are huge and their name is Legion. I want everything, I like everything, I love everything. God is everything and I love God. I want to be Maitreya, I want to be mission, I want to be Buddhist, Christian, Muslim, Taoist, Confucian, philosopher, teacher, disciple, Creator, destroyer, big, small, right, left, lie and truth... I want to be happy and suffer, I want to live and I want to die. There's nothing I don't want... I want everything. My desires are like the grains of sand of time. My desires are so small that they cannot disturb my dispassion. I am equally glad to be the first and the last, Lord and slave, beggar and super-rich, huge and insignificant. My desires are very small and weightless. I can fulfill any wish with a barely perceptible effort of thought. 

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5.719.   AR AR

Free is he who has nothing to lose, all other slaves. But a free man is not one who is poor, for poor are the slaves of things which they have not. Freedom is a non-participation in things, a philosophical position of non-possession, but of contemplation and service to beauty. You don't own stuff, stuff owns beauty and you are beauty. Freedom in the service of beauty, but indifference to things. We love not things, but their spirit, their beauty.

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6.207.   AR AR

Stupid fearless, smart, cowardly, wise, unemotional.

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10.275.   AR AR

Agreement or disagreement is judgment, and therefore pride; truth is dispassion, and hence humility.

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10.281.   AR AR

Love is true dispassion.

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3.1371.   AR AR

Intelligence   is   rational   because,   unlike   animals,   it   can   reject   pleasures,   guided   by   logical   conclusions.   Animals   are   slaves   of   their   feelings.   Intelligence   is   created   by   fear.

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4.1017.   AR AR

A state of indifference with a sense of sorrow and joy, the soul is filled with lightness and light.

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4.1232.   AR AR

Do   you   know   what   the   secret   of   Buddha’s   calmness   is?   He   is   a   witness,   not   a   participant.   Buddha   is   an   impassionate   witness   of   being.   Buddha   is   deliberate   and   vigilant,   yet   he   does   not   participate   –   he   observes.

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4.1268.   AR AR

The   resigned   one   is   he   who   can   be   God   and   a   grain   of   sand   with   an   equal   joy.   Impassionate   indifference   is   the   endless   joy   of   being   resigned   to   reality.

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4.1448.   AR AR

Freedom is a person's indifference to what he eats and drinks, what he wears, where he sleeps, to the weather and external circumstances. Freedom is a contempt for fear and danger.

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4.1492.   AR AR

Well to bring themselves up to despair, because despair great shifts in optimism and dispassion. Humility with despair turns it into a joyful faith. But the attempt to escape from despair by self-deception and the search for external protection plunges a person into various States of chronic depression. The main symptom of depression is dependence on antidepressants and the inability to exist without external support. The problem with any antidepressant is getting used to it.

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4.4098.   AR AR

The truth is, both carrot and stick drive away all those who have no love. Those who have love are indifferent to pleasure and pain.

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5.1254.   AR AR

There is restraint, there is intemperance, and there is indifference and neutrality. If you doubt what to do, show indifference.

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