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The Truth Is, by Papaji
(hint) This book is divided into section titles, there should be one post for each section. Then go from there with reply. Remember, replies will order by date posted, not by page number.
Here is a link to a spoken word video of the poem "Self" from The Truth Is.
I have read only the first couple of chapters and I have been highlighting the phrases that are of interest to me. There are two that have really stood out for me and I keep coming back to them:
"Forget what can be forgotten and know yourself to be that which can never be forgotten."
"Here and now is your heart."
The first one (to me) says that you should stop worrying about things that are not important and concentrate one what us...me!
The second one (to me) says that if I stop and realize the here and now, I will realize it is within my heart, my inner self.
The poem about Anger and Dissatifaction (Thieves in an Empty House section page 391) was quite interesting. I was having a bad week at work and reading about anger was meaningful and insightful. In just a few words, Papaji describes what anger is and how to handle this emotion. The next time I feel angry, I will try to focus my energy on practicing his words of wisdom.