"Do ponto de vista psicológico moderno, destruir o inimigo da centralidade em si pode parecer uma fragmentação radical da individualidade. A noção de que alguns processos mentais (a generosidade, a abertura e a alegria) são aceitáveis, ao passo que outros (o principal sendo “o grande demônio”, a centralização em si) devem ser exterminados, parece uma antítese do ponto de vista psicológico moderno da aceitação de si mesmo e da integração.
Entretanto, o tema psicológico moderno da aceitação de si mesmo global e a atitude guerreira budista tibetana da aniquilação completa do inimigo podem não ser tão diferentes quanto parecem a princípio. Por exemplo, quando você fica gripado, nunca pensa: “Esta gripe é parte de mim. Devo me abrir para ela!”. O vírus da gripe não é você, é um elemento estranho que invadiu seu corpo e está lhe fazendo mal.
Similarmente, as aflições mentais, todas elas, não são constituintes inatos da sua mente. Habitual, sim; inato, não. Você pode se aceitar e reconhecer que existem invasores de mente, assim como existem vírus que invadem o corpo.
Quando você ponderar sobre isto, considere: quem você é realmente? Além das suas aflições mentais, da sua história pessoal, das virtudes e dos talentos que adquiriu, do seu corpo e do seu comportamento — nenhum dos quais é você —, que “você” resta disto? Antes de abraçar sinceramente a ideia de se aceitar como você é, seria uma boa idéia descobrir quem este “você” é." ~ B. Alan Wallace
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Don't be overwhelmed by circumstances beyond your control. Instead, meditate on God's faithfulness and on the promises found in His Word. Your situation may not change right away, but your level of peace will! ⠀
Speak Isaiah 26:3 over your life. God will keep you in perfect peace because your mind is rested on Him.⠀
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By Jonathan Pearlman, SIDNEY
3 MAY 2017•11:33PM
Several hundred Aborigines on a remote island in Australia are seeking compensation for the racist actions of the police in a landmark £23 million class action that has been likened to Germany’s reparations to Holocaust victims.
In an unusual move, Australia’s Federal Court has given notice to the indigenous residents of Palm Island - a tropical island off the north-east coast - that they can seek to claim damages for the racist conduct of the Queensland state police during riots there in 2004.
The notice says any Aboriginal person living on the island between November 19 2004 and March 25 2010 who was “affected by the police response” may be entitled to compensation. About 95 per cent of the community’s 3,000-odd population is indigenous.
Stewart Levitt, a lawyer acting for the community, said he believed the action on behalf of an entire community was unprecedented in Australia, and possibly the world. He said he expected up to 400 people to be entitled to compensation and about 320 had already registered to join the action. “I can’t think of anything similar where the entire population of a town or an enclave has brought an action such as this,” he told The Telegraph. “It is probably without much precedent in the world, perhaps the closest comparison is to the reparations to the Jews at the end of World War II…
The way in which black people were treated on Palm Island was so out of kilter compared to how a situation would have been handled in a Brisbane suburb occupied by white Australians.” The class action notice, released by the court last Friday, follows a decision last December that found the police “acted with impunity” during the 2004 riots on the island, about 40 miles north of the mainland city of Townsville.
The riots followed the death of Cameron Doomadgee, a 36-year-old Aboriginal man who was in police custody after being arrested for being drunk.
Police claimed his death was an accident but an autopsy report showed he had massive internal injuries, including four broken ribs and a liver that was almost cleaved in two.
Spiritual exercise for today! Bring God into the conversation! I pray God gives you courage in Him and about Him!
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