masterpiece

A Quote by Osho Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh on masterpiece, revelation, god, creation, and birth

You are carrying a masterpiece hidden within you, but you are standing in the way. Just move aside, then the masterpiece will be revealed. Everyone is a masterpiece, because God never gives birth to anything less than that. Everyone carries that masterpiece hidden for many lives, not knowing who they are and just trying on the surface to become someone.

Drop the idea of becoming someone, because you are already a masterpiece. You cannot be improved. You have only to come to it, to know it, to realize it. God himself has created you; you cannot be improved.

Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh

Source: Ah, This! Chapter 1

Contributed by: bajarbattu

A Quote by John Wooden on john wooden, ucla, day, masterpiece, greatness, and pyramid of success

Make each day your masterpiece.

John Wooden (1910 -)

Source: John Wooden's Pyramid of Success

Contributed by: KevinBeck

A Quote by Chad Christopher Cobb on sea of milk, chad christopher cobb, ttrinity, wisdom, spiritual novel, eternal, infinite, revelation, creation, life, ignorance, boundless, existence, divine, masterpiece, light, love, joy, inspiration, glory, grace, a

She was he and he was she. She was his masterpiece of light, the masterpiece with all its sheets of paper securely in place. She was his laugh and smile and serene face within the violent one, the freedom soaring in its imprisonment. She was one. She was all. She was the material embodiment of the boundless and limitless spiritual existence. She was divine, a divinity sharing itself, giving of itself, knowing itself. She was the cosmic swirls, was sweet innocence, was the softly spoken words of eternal and infinite revelations of creation, the womb of life. She was ignorance restored in all its abundant glory. Trinity was wisdom.
~ Chad Christopher Cobb, "The Sea of Milk" ~

Chad Christopher Cobb

Source: The Sea of Milk, Pages: 150

Contributed by: Joy Bringer

A Quote by Natalie Goldberg on artists, katagiri roshi, and masterpiece

Katagiri Roshi says: "Poor artists. They suffer very much. They finish a masterpiece and they are not satisfied. They want to go on and do another." Yes, but it's better to go on and do another if you have the urge than to start drinking and become alcoholic or eat a pound of good fudge and get fat.

Natalie Goldberg

Source: Writing Down the Bones, Pages: 40

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

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