THOUGHTS 2.0 (09–12–21)

AHIMSA: from Hindu philosophy, meaning “Do no harm”. “Ahimsa” is tattooed on my left wrist. To me, this is the Eastern “Golden Rule”. If we abide by this, what commandment, rule, law, guideline do we violate? What “sin” do we commit? This is the purpose of the one law given by Jesus to replace all other laws (even the Ten Commandments)— Love. If we truly love, we do no harm, we violate no law, we commit no sin.

True to myself, I must presume in practice to add to Ahimsa, “Do no ‘unnecessary’ harm”, thereby putting grease on the slippery slope of choosing to risk personal judgement regarding what is…

Geophysicist, lawyer, mediator, student of Jung, phenomenology

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Geophysicist, lawyer, mediator, student of Jung, phenomenology

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