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A Quote by Tina on christina, pagliarulo, most, famous, quotes, poetry, aol, google, yahoo, best, poem, one, liner, quote, inspiration, motivation, about, love, relationships, breaking, up, saddness, hurt, crying, pain, loss, romance, romantic, toes, cer

You kiss the back of my neck

I'm spinning to the ground

You run your strong fingers down my back

I can't hear a sound

You whisper things to me

So sweet I can taste your words

You're so close to me

I can feel our souls touching

You draw circles in my palm

Your love warms me to my toes, this I will never forget.

You loved me even if it was only for a minute

I hold onto that minute every night

You needed me even if only for a moment

I still hold onto that moment inside.

Christina Pagliarulo

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A Quote by Bruno Rosa on one and unity

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"We´re the Same, but we´re not One."

Bruno Rosa

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A Quote by Alfred North Whitehead on one

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The many become one, and are increased by one.

Alfred Whitehead (1861 - 1947)

Contributed by: Shawn

A Quote by Huang Po on huang po, buddhism, zen, mind, void, enlightenment, perception, and one

A perception  (experience), sudden as blinking, that subject and object are one, will lead to a deeply mysterious wordless understanding; and by this understanding will you awake to the truth of Zen.

Huang Po

Source: The Zen Teachings of Huang Po - on the Transmission of Mind - translation by John Blofeld

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A Quote by julie sarah powell on karma yoga, no one, no self, self realization, self, one, agenda, service, life, and thanks

Life all through has become a consistent karma yoga session. There is no-one who requires thanks for the service and there is no-one who is getting the benefit of going against the usual selfish, self-serving, immature, self-gratifying, agenda ridden movement of the Self or mindbody package. It is just service because there is no other. It could be seen as the most selfish act of all, because it is known that there is only this One. But in actuality there is no self or sense of the person, therefore only others are considered.

julie sarah powell

Source: http://www.beyondselfnow.com/diary.html

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A Quote by Elysha on divine, manifestation, creation, purity, one, duality, no self, self realisation, and enlightenment

There is nothing wrong with anything in manifestation; all manifestation is a movement of the divine one gearing up for the very purposes of this divine one entering its own creation with the fullness and purity of itself.

Elysha Elysha

Source: http://www.elysha.org/quote.html

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A Quote by Robin T Quinn on god, ageless, changing, forms, eternity, universe, and one

All things that exist are the same age as God, ageless. Everything that exists has always existed, simply changing forms throughout eternity. Nothing has ever been added to, or taken away from, the Universe. God and the Universe are One in the same.

Robin T Quinn

Source: Rev. Robin T. Quinn

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A Quote by unknown on the dalai lama, religion, spirituality, oneness, unity, and one

There are many religions seeking to bring comfort and happiness to
humanity, just as there are many treatments for a particular disease.
All religions endeavor to help living beings avoid misery and find
happiness. Although we may prefer one religious perspective to another,
there is a much stronger case for unity, stemming from common desires
of the human heart. Each religion works to lessen suffering and
contribute to the world; conversion is not the point. I do not think
about converting others to Buddhism or merely furthering the Buddhist
cause. Instead, I try to think of how I as a Buddhist can contribute to
the happiness of all living beings.

unknown

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A Quote by Dalai Lama on spirituality, buddism, religion, oneness, one, unity, self actualization, self empowerment, knowledge, and wisdom

There are many religions seeking to bring comfort and happiness to humanity, just as there are many treatments for a particular disease. All religions endeavor to help living beings avoid misery and find happiness. Although we may prefer one religious perspective to another, there is a much stronger case for unity, stemming from common desires of the human heart. Each religion works to lessen suffering and contribute to the world; conversion is not the point. I do not think about converting others to Buddhism or merely furthering the Buddhist cause. Instead, I try to think of how I as a Buddhist can contribute to the happiness of all living beings.

Dalai Lama

Source: How to See Yourself As You Really Are, Pages: 15

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