In lieu of something longer, "I" exist; that teaching is home to me. It is open enough to include change and nature, and warm enough to seat
I was joking with someone recently that many of the Buddhist Teachers I know have very very big "Non-Egos".
I do not believe
I hope it is okay, but I changed the thread heading to make it clearer what this is all about. I made it the following, unless there is some objection
Yes, attachment has caused me to miss more of life than anything.
Yup, that's it.
The mind makes the ego when it separates the self from other. Then there is an opposition, a conflict, a fight. Ego is relationship