Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Lohbado Standing his Ground

In Club Morono, violence is unacceptable. Followers are asked to get rid of their fire arms. To stand one's ground is an act of non-aggression, confidence, patience, intelligence, or pausing long enough to have a look at what may or may not be happening. It's about having the courage to admit one made a mistake and to see how one constantly fools oneself with hope and fear. First one has a look at the mind. Instead of lashing out and blaming this and that, one takes responsibility for one's state of mind. One has to pause long enough to actually look at the mind.

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