Choose Note

Instructions :

On the Long Path the aspirant is likely to probe some of his shortcomings too pessimistically, to condemn himself for them, but to be blind altogether to the most serious shortcoming of all--that of clinging to the personal ego in all circumstances.
Source: The Notebooks of Paul Brunton
• Listen

Your friends Email:
Your Email:

The notebooks are copyright © 1984-1989 The Paul Brunton Philosophic Foundation

This site is run by Paul Brunton-stiftelsen ·