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  • Carlos shared from Nagarjuna's Middle Way: Mulamadhyamakakarika (Classics of Indian Buddhism) by Mark Siderits, Shoryu Katsura
    when we say everything is subject to dependent origination, what this actually means is that nothing really ceases or arises, nothing is ever annihilated nor is there anything eternal, that things are neither really one nor are they many distinct things, and that nothing really ever comes here from elsewhere or goes away from here.
  • Carlos shared from a Personal Document
    Energy and information are the two irreducible prerequisites of our existence.
    Note: "Energy and information are the two irreducible prerequisites of our existence" -Manfred Eigen
  • Carlos shared from Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
    They were not a force for innovation; they were a force for evil.
    Note: Evil as antonym of innovation?
  • Carlos shared from Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
    “The best way to predict the future is to invent it” and “People who are serious about software should make their own hardware.”
    Note: The best way to predict the future is to invent it. -Alan Kay
  • Carlos shared from Buddha & Love: Timeless Wisdom for Modern Relationships by Lama Ole Nydahl
    those who embrace everything unpleasant as a teaching and embrace everything beautiful as a gift, can only succeed.
  • Carlos shared from Buddha & Love: Timeless Wisdom for Modern Relationships by Lama Ole Nydahl
    No other mental state leaves people open to such happiness and suffering as does the one called love.
  • Carlos shared from Buddha & Love: Timeless Wisdom for Modern Relationships by Lama Ole Nydahl
    No other mental state leaves people open to such happiness and suffering as does the one called love.