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Be Free Here Now, Part 5 of 5, Dec. 31, 1994, Hsihu, Taiwan (Formosa)

2024-01-02
Lecture Language:English,Vietnamese (Tiếng Âu Lạc [Tiếng Việt]),Chinese (中文)
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I know why the Indians, many Indian sadhus they don’t wear any clothes. Yeah, really, a lot less problems. Yes. It’s not to offend. Really, if you don’t have any offending thinking in your heart, nothing is offensive, really. It’s just that society thinks it is offensive, so we have to comply with them in order to live in harmony. Right? […] We’re all born naked. But it’s OK. To wear clothes is not bad, it gives variety to life, more color. Otherwise, everybody is the same color, it’s boring. […]

I appreciate your sincerity, that you meditate, that you come all this way and that you endure all this inconvenience in order to improve your wisdom. And that is the most noble thing you can do for yourself and for the universe.

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