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Master Huai-Jin Nan

  • To preserve one’s health, and the stability of one’s life, one must discard worry and desire; this will immediately nourish the spirit. –Daoist Meditation for Immortality / Huai-Jin Nan
  • Physical stability creates the foundation for spiritual and mental stability. If you abandon anxiety, it will nourish your spirit. –Daoist Meditation for Immortality / Huai-Jin Nan
  • There is a Daoist saying: “If one cuts off the desire for fine things, and focuses on a goal, one will be rewarded tenfold.” If one does not cut off worldly desire, it is absolutely impossible to attain transcendence and reach the road to freedom. –Daoist Meditation for Immortality / Huai-Jin Nan
  • “A noble person never disregards benevolence, even if hurried, or facing hardship.” –The Analects of Confucius / Huai-Jin Nan
  • While thinking of oneself, if one can also think of others, it is a true merit. –The Analects of Confucius / Huai-Jin Nan
  • One should cultivate an even temperament and a broad vision. Don’t worry too much over little things, or take what is said too much to heart; otherwise, your accomplishments will be limited. –The Analects of Confucius / Huai-Jin Nan
  • “Not to take our anger out on those who don’t deserve it; and not to make the same mistake twice.” These are things that none of us achieve in a lifetime. –The Analects of Confucius / Huai-Jin Nan
  • One isn’t afraid of lacking a position, but of having nothing to rely on. –The Analects of Confucius / Huai-Jin Nan
  • A truly benevolent person sees no hateful people in the world. They cherish the good, and have mercy on and work to redeem those who do wrong. –The Analects of Confucius / Huai-Jin Nan
  • “Scholars who follow the Dao, but scorn those without good clothing and food, are not true scholars.” –The Analects of Confucius / Huai-Jin Nan
  • People with true wisdom work to achieve a state of benevolence. Whether they are rich or poor, satisfied or frustrated, they are always content with their circumstances, and face hardship with composure. –The Analects of Confucius / Huai-Jin Nan

  

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