Author Archives: Marsha

Tiger by the tail parable

[from Marsha   How often do we have a conversation with somebody that results in a difference of opinion. Each side tries to convince the other and neither listens – the discussion can become intense.   Each tries to persuade the other … Continue reading

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I want “that” not “this”

What does that phrase mean to you? We could maybe look at it as greed – always wanting more, better, and different. I’ve heard greed defined as “I want it to keep you from getting it”. long ago, I observed … Continue reading

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Non-disturbance vs Peaceful

Do these two words sound like the same thing? It can be enlightening to check out the four dual basic urges and observe self throughout the day. The teaching speaks of wanting non-disturbance.  In other words we do and say … Continue reading

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Trust — another way of looking at the concept

— from the Half Moon Bay workshop. [from Marsha…..What is trust?   The dictionary says: firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something. This subject is looked at from a completely different view below.   We start … Continue reading

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Google Translator added to blog & webpages

We have added Google translator to the blog sidebar and the webpages.  Look at the bottoms of the webpages for where you can choose your desired language. While it, of course, doesn’t  really approach human-level accuracy as yet; we hope it is … Continue reading

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Wisdom:

The knowledge that whatever myself or anyone else has ever done, is doing, or ever will do, it is felt at the time of doing to be right, or proper, or justified. Check it out.

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