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Let go of the separate version of who we think we are...
Harada Roshi

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There is definitive freedom from action? Every kind of action. I'm not more interested at all to doing something better. To be good or to feel myself a good man. There is no end in that. I can see the illusion of everything I've done materially and spiritually. Where is freedom if I'm forced?

It is possible to be free in one´s actions. When we do good for poeple who are in pain and suffering in society, when we move from our vow to do good for others, not for one´s own happiness. When minds meet anything is possible, we can do everything without expecting anything in return. That is compassion. A person living from this mind is called a Bodhisattva.

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