From another thread ...
Ultimately, both Samsara and Nirvana are frames of mind, with dukkha blocking the view, I guess...
One of the most wonderful insights is when on the far shore, realising 'samsara = nirvana'. Ay caramba all that raft building ...
What a paradox. Here are some more, maybe you have some?
No-God is a higher understanding of Divinity.
Don't speak of the Tao (also available as a book, Tao-Te-Ching)
Empty yourself of everything. Let the mind become still.
The ten thousand things rise and fall while the self watches their return.
They grow and flourish and then return to the source.
Returning to the source is stillness, which is the way of nature.
The way of nature is unchanging. Knowing constancy is insight.
Not knowing constancy leads to disaster.
Knowing constancy, the mind is open.
With an open mind, you will be openhearted.
Being openhearted, you will act royally.
Being royal, you will attain the divine.
Being divine, you will be at one with the Tao.
Being at one with the Tao is eternal.
And though the body dies, the Tao will never pass away.
"We live like sheep when we are in fact lions. We live in poverty of spirit and
heart when we are in fact Buddhas, waiting to recognize, in the mirror of
primordial awareness, our own reflection. The Master is the old lion, and being
dragged is the path. Insight is recognition. Liberation is the lion's roar. "