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    Author: Ramneet
    ASL Info:    33/F/Boston
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    Serenity, the joy of mind amid chaos and commotion.
    Serenity, the calmness of mind being nonchalant to the environment.
    Serenity is winning the invincible battle.

    Serenity is in veracity, virtues and love.
    Serenity is in contentment, benevolence and generosity.
    Serenity is the state of non-animosity towards others.
    Serenity is exploring the unexplored.
    Serenity is when you have the true purpose of life with you.

    Serenity is when you have acquired the right knowledge and overcome your vices and nurtured the virtues.
    Serenity is permanent bliss.




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      Aren't we the Epicurean. To me though there's a large difference between relative rationality and rational relativity. I've never been able to get at "turn the other cheek" .... they always want to hit you again! I realize that's depressing but for me permanent bliss is but a daydream.

    Bruce
    | Posted on 2013-07-01 00:00:00 | by monad | [ Reply to This ]


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