November 03, 2009

"Me," "Myself," and "I"

Holding to an ordinary notion of self, or ego, is the source of all our pain and confusion. The irony is that when we look for this "self" that we're cherishing and protecting, we can't even find it.

- Dzigar Kongtrül Rinpoche, from "Searching for Self,” Tricycle, Summer 2007

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