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Seven Thoughts About Identity and Meaning in Life

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Seven Thoughts About Identity and Meaning in Life

The Book of Understanding was the first book I read by Osho.  I was sitting on an airplane several thousand feet above ground with no internet connection when I first opened the cover.  It was unusual for me because I don’t normally read in any kind of moving environment (I get pretty intense motion sickness) and because I normally take notes online as I read.

Feeling peculiarly drawn to this book (and despite being in a moving aircraft), I figured I would use my phone’s notepad app to take notes and would start the book anyway.  It worked out great.  That is, until I got to page 2.

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“When we’re always thinking about me, myself and I, we become quickly dissatisfied. Maybe it’s too much time spent with unproductive thoughts or a lack of connectedness, but this self-absorption can quickly bring us down.  The surest way to stop thinking about yourself is to start thinking about someone else. When you do something for someone else—out of love, compassion or connectedness—not obligation, you might find you’ve forgotten your troubles, and life actually feels fuller, more meaningful.” ~ Meghan Camp, Tiny Buddha

 
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