Attachment creates false dichotomies, which in turn create conflict where there is no real conflict.
If you want to be free, you have to be truthful with yourself.
You cannot hear what is under someone else’s surface presentation unless you are willing to hear your own deeper motivations and vibrations.
The phrase “I need to practice” means you are not practicing. The phrase “I am practicing” also means you are not practicing.
Focus on the experiences, not the objects that appear to give rise to them.
All we are as shrunken selves is a conglomeration of effects.
The fact that something isn’t your responsibility doesn’t mean that it is none of your business.
Knowing your system doesn’t mean you’ll know the Self, but not knowing your system will keep you from knowing the Self.
The best “you” your system will tell you to be will still never be you.
To be concerned about someone else’s system is to be doubly outward-turned. It’s your system that wants to do that.