"The Blesses Buddha responded:
 They do not trouble over the past,
 Nor do they crave for any future,
 They live just with what is present,
 Therefore are their looks so serene!"
 
 I understand this and I understand how important it is to practice.  
By letting go of the past it is possible to let go of so much that 
bothers us.
 
 My question is: if you don't crave for a future then how do you have 
goals and aspirations?
 
 JODY


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