When Ego Is Lost, Limit Is Lost

When ego is lost, limit is lost. You become infinite, kind, beautiful. ~Yogi Bhajan.

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Margery
Whimsical and romantic by nature, I am always on the lookout for the next crazy adventure I can enjoy! I believe that life is not meant to be serious all of the time, and we should have fun as much as we can. Also, writing has always been more than a hobby for me.

11 COMMENTS

  1. There is a difference between the ego and false ego, so to speak, for our board critics. The false ego has manifested most of the problems in the world, and that coincides, not coincidentally, with the systems we currently follow– particularly capitalism, and we have communism and socialism. None of them work, and it brings out this false ego which identifies with malice, prejudice, labels, divisiveness, envy, greed, lust, and every other negative thing you see come out in people. It all connects meaningfully. Your individuality, your ‘ego’ if you will, should be used for two main purposes…, to defend the spirit and to find ways to work together for the common good of all mankind. A resource based economy, in my humble opinion, is a very good start in this endeavor to be one with the spirit, the universal laws of nature, here on earth.

  2. Please name one person alive on this earth that has no “ego” wotsoever. ……….. Everything down here has an ego….even plants crave water and sunlite to shoot up….. If there was no ego then their would be no will to survive ……. We’d all sit there in ourselves doing absolutely nothing and let nature provide. .. . . if that the case then y give us a brain too!

  3. That makes no sense. Ego is part of the psyche, the identity. You have a boundary state, so you are not infinite. And infinity is without specifics, since it is without boundary, so then assigning kindness and beauty to it is silly. Eastern ideas are so far removed from logic and reality.

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