If we are always playing ourself as small, how are we serving the world, and this unbelievable opportunity we’ve been granted? We are more than human beings. There is consciousness within that very definitely continues when the body drops that's birthless, deathless, ageless, changeless and ultimately nameless.
In Japanese there is a word uttered as "Mū..." which in English very pitifully renders as "No." It's obvious through behavior we grossly underestimate our authentic nature... Buddha’s masquerading as bumpkins. How quaint that we settle for crumbs, leaving ourselves weak and starving while sitting at the table of a seven course meal. We are a bunch of weirdo's.
一We Are the Practice Itself