What is True Satisfaction?

Fulfillment of desire is an illusion; desire leads to more desire, not satisfaction.

Kathleen McDonald, How To Meditate

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About Kestrel Slocombe

I like writing, meditation, art, reading, riding horses, playing guitar, watching trees in the wind, ferns, the smell of woodsmoke, Mozart and Bach, long walks in the wilderness, and the sound of the cello.
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2 Responses to What is True Satisfaction?

  1. Michael Serrer says:

    But not to care for fulfillment of desires (drink, food, air) leads not to enlightenment but to sudden death …

  2. Yes, I think that’s to be assumed. 🙂

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