Who need do nothing has no need for time. To do nothing is to rest and make a place within you where the activity of the body ceases to demand attention

Save time for me by only this one preparation and practice, doing nothing else. "I need do nothing" is a statement of allegiance, a truly undivided loyalty. Believe it for just one instant, and you will accomplish more than is given to a century of contemplation or of struggle against temptation.

To do anything involves […]

When there are two mysteries, it is tempting to suppose that they have a common source -David Chalmer

When there are two mysteries, it is tempting to suppose that they have a common source. This temptation is magnified by the fact that the problems in quantum mechanics seem to be deeply tied to the notion of observership, crucially involving the relation between a subject‘s experience and the rest of the world.‖ – David […]