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Andrew Olendzki Sayings

Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.

Andrew Olendzki Sayings: Of All The Nouns We Use To Disguise The Hollowness Of The Human Condition, None Is More Influential Than "myself". It Consists Of A Collage Of Still Images - Name, Gender, Nationality, Profession, Enthusiasms, Relationships - Which Are Renovated From Time To Time, But Otherwise Are Each A Relic From One Particular Experience Or Another. The Defining Teaching Of The Buddhist Tradition, That Of Non-self, Is Merely Pointing Out The Limitations Of This Reflexive View We Hold Of Ourselves. It's Not That The Self Does Not Exist, But That It Is As Cobbled Together And Transient As Everything Else. [With] The Practice Of Meditation, ... We Can Begin To See How Each Artifact Of The Mind Is Raised And Lowered To View, Like So Many Flashcards. But We Can Also Glimpse, Once In A While, The Sleight-of-hand Shuffling The Card And Pulling Them Off The Deck. Behind The Objects Lies A Process. Self Is A Process. Self Is A Verb.