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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Ram Dass



Spiritual teacher Ram Dass ~ earlier known as Harvard professor Richard Alpert (born 1931) ~ here recites a well-known anecdote that captures a universal truth in which I firmly believe. That is, you can’t really tell whether an incident is “good” or “bad” until its implications have played out over a period of time.


1 comment:

standing on my head said...

i've heard this, in many variations, and the truth remains.
you never know.
why is that, that we never know?